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NATIONAL STOVES &> FURNACES 

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CATALOGUE No. 35 
1922-1923 



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EXCELSIOR 
STOVE 

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OPERATORS LARGEST STOVE AND 
FURNACE PLANT IN THE WEST 



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MAIN OFFICE AND FOUNDRY 
510 to 618 South Front Street 
aUINCY, ILLINOIS, U.S.A. 

branches 
OIOAHOMA aTV.OKL\r PARIS^TEXr ST.PAULMINK 

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Evolution of a Stove Plant 



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EXCELSIOR STOVE & MANUFACTURING CO. 
1890 

Razed March, 1911 




EXCELSIOR STOVE & MANUFACTURING CO. 
1922 
Largest Stove and Furnace Plant in the West 

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SOUTHWESTERN BRANCH 
Walnut and California Avenues, Oklahoma City, Okla. 




NORTHWESTERN BRANCH 
University and Raymond Avenues, St. Paul, Minn. 



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TEXAS BRANCH 
Bonham and North 12th Streets, Paris, Texas 



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Telegraph Code 



Business Phrases in Frequent Use 



Code Word 

Ship by freight at once Adage 

Ship by boat at once Adamant 

Ship by express at once Adamic 

Ship and follow with tracer Adhesion 

Add to our order Adapt 



Code Word 

Change our order to read Adaptable 

Quote by wire on the following Adaptation 

Quote by mail on the following Adder 

Trace by wire our shipment Adherent 

For shipment with other goods deliver to. .Addict 



Express Code 



Code W^ord 

Ship at once by American Railway Express. . Advent 



Railroads 



Code Word 

Via Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Addle 

Via Baltimore & Ohio. Adduce 

Via Chicago, Burlington & Quincy. . Adhere 

Via Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Adopter 

Via Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Adieu 

Via Chicago & Northwestern Adit 

Via Chicago & Alton Adjoin 

Via Great Northern Adjudge 

Via Hannibal & St. Joseph Adjust 

Via Illinois Central Adjutor 

Via International & Great Northern Advocate 

Via Kansas City Southern Admire 

Via Missouri Pacific Admittable 



Code Word 

Via Missouri, Kansas & Texas Admix 

Via Michigan Central Admonish 

Via N. Y. Central Lines Admit 

Via Northern Pacific Ado 

Via Pennsylvania Lines Adoption 

Via Quincy, Omaha & Kansas City Adopt 

Via St. Louis, Keokuk & Northwestern . . . Adorable 

Via St. Louis <fe Southwestern. . Adore 

Via St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern.. Adrift 

Via St. Louis & San Francisco Advisor 

Via Union Pacific Adroit 

Via Wabash _ Adry 

Via Wisconsin Central Adult 



Quincy, Illinois, Shipping Facilities 

The geographical position of Quincy is central of the United States. It is located on the dividing line of the 
lH^Ti West^^n classification of freight rates, thereby avoiding payment of two classifications on Inyshipmen It 
is a dmswn point of several trunk hne railroads, which radiate to all directions. Located on the Mississippi River 
Qmncy enjoys the - Water Rate- of freight, which is lowest. The railroad freight time to the various cit es ' ^^ " " ' 



Buffalo, NY 32 Hours 

Chicago, 111 15 Hours 

Columbus, Ohio .25 Hours 

Dallas, Texas 48 Hours 

Denver, Colo 63 Hours 

Des Moines, Iowa 18 Hours 

Detroit Mich. ... 27 Hours 

Grand Rapids, Mich 26 Hours 

Houston, Texas 60 Hours 

Indianapolis, Ind 24 Hours 

Kansas City, Mo 17 Hours 

Little Rock, Ark 24 Hours 



is as follows : 

Memphis, Tenn 22 Hours 

Milwaukee, Wis 20 Hours 

New Orleans, La 65 Hours 

Oklahoma City, Okla 26 Hours 

Omaha, Neb ' 24 Hours 

Sedaha^ Mo^ 14 Hours 

Sioux City, Iowa. . 29 Hours 

St. Joseph Mo 17 Hours 

St. Louis, Mo 10 Hours 

^t. Paul Minn 33 Hours 

Toledo, Ohio 27 Hours 

Wichita, Kan 28 Hours 



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Prices and Terms 

We invite correspondence with reference to prices, and to dealers only will quote our best discount from list prices, which will be as 
low as any other manufacturer on similar goods, quality considered. 

Our prices are subject to change without notice. 

Our terms are net cash, unless an agreement for specified time is made. 

On O. O. D. orders we require a deposit of one-half the amount of bill, or an agent's guarantee of charges both ways on the goods, together 
with Chicago exchange for one-fourth of the amount of the order. Orders for $5.00 and under must be accompanied with full amount of order. 

We render statement of account to fill customers from time to time, and, in cases where time has been given, balance must *be settled by 
note, which will accompany statement. 

Payments must be made in funds which are par at Quincy — When remittance is draft the same should be drawn on New York, 
Chicago or St. LqaiIs; otherwise there will be an expense for collection and exchange, and enough must be added to cover the same, say thirty-five 
(35) cents for each one hundred dollars or fraction thereof. If remittance is by express the charges must be prepaid. 

Claims for errors must be made on receipt of goods, and will not be allowed unless made within ten days from date of invoice. 

All articles in this catalogue subject to a special discount except those articles marked net. 

All cook stoves will be shipped without hollowware unless the ware is specially ordered. 

Freight and Breakage 

Unless otherwise ordered, we make all shipments at buyer's risk under the releases demanded by transportation companies, thus se- 
curing the benefits of released rates of freight. 

We do not insure safe delivery of g'oods — Our responsibility ceases when shipments are receipted for in good order by boats, rail- 
roads and express companies, but we shall be pleased to assist customers in collection of overcharges from carriers (in order to do this we must 
have original expense bill promptly), or in tracing and hurrying forward goods which are delayed. 

It must be distinctly understood that we do not, in any case, guarantee against breakage in transit. 

Transportation companies will not entertain any claims for breakage unless goods have been accepted and receipted for. When this is 
done have your agent note on your expense bill the amount of damage, send it to us, and we will enter claim for you, and use our best effort to 
secure a prompt settlement. This will also apply to overcharge in freight; therefore, do not make any deductions for freight or breakage in your 
remittances, as we will not allow them. 

The above terms are based on principles of fairness, and are in accord with general mercantile usage. They are not subject to abro- 
gation or change by salesmen. 

Directions for Setting up Stoves 

Chimney — The first essential in setting up a range or cook stove is to examine the chimney and see that it has sufficient flue space and is 
of proper height. It is the chimney alone that furnishes the draft, and not the stove (as many suppose), and it must therefore be of good size and 
clear of all obstruction in order to furnish draft enough to operate stoves perfectly. 

A new or green chimney will never have a perfect draft. It will not draw perfectly until it is thoroughly dry. 

Pipe — Use as little pipe and as few elbows as possible. See that it fits tightly together, and into the chimney and onto the collar of the 
stove properly. See that it is not pushed into elbows or chimney too far. 

Always have pipe and opening into chimney full size of collar on stove. 

Do not set two stoves to same Hue, or use a T-joint. 

Stove — See that all the flues are open and clear. 

See that the damper and flue stops are in place and closed tightly, being very sure that one back of the ash pan is tight. 

Be sure you know how the dampers operate; that they may not be open when you think they are closed, and bear in mind that almost all 
stoves having reservoirs have two dampers, both of which must be properly turned to bake. 

Directions for Operating 

Cover oven top with ashes and fill reservoir before starting fire. Heat up slowly first time. Do not fill fire box above the top of the fire 
linings. 

Shake grate often and keep free of cinders and ashes. 

Do not let lower front door stand open. You get enough draft through the draft register. 

In baking keep the register in feed door closed. The air to go around oven should pass through the fire and become thoroughly heated. 

Do not run stove with damper down; you use too much fuel and burn stove out too fast. 

Do not set leaky vessels or spill cold water on stove. 

Be sure to empty ash pan at least once a day. 

In cleaning out flues be sure to scrape all sides of flues, and especially scrape off all soot that hangs to oven bottom. Pull all soot toward 
you, and be careful not to push any back into back flues, but scrape from extreme back forward. 

Do not let reservoir covers stand open. Do not set a hot flatiron on the hearth or shelves. 

If you use soft coal have your coal dry and well broken. Do not put much fuel on fire at a time. Clean the flues out often, and scrape 
both top and bottom of flue. 

If you use hard coal always use range size. Fine coal will not do. Shake the grate often, and keep the clinkers and dead coals cleaned 
out of ends and corners of fire box. Keep the fire box filled up even with top of fire linings. 

If you use wood always use wood linings. Do not cut the wood too long. It should be dry and well seasoned. Green or wet wood 
gives about half the heat that seasoned wood does, and burns slowly. 

If you have a "National'' use LESS FUEL than you would with any other stove or range. 

Our Guarantee 

Our stoves will always work with four joints of pipe out of doors in the open air, away from any buildings. Any stove that 
will operate under such a condition will work splendidly if properly put up to a good flue. 

Never send back a stove complained of without first trying to correct the difficulty. If you cannot do so, write us, and we shall be glad to 
offer suggestions 



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Fig. 1 

To Improve a Weak 
Chimney 



Stoves — Their Operation 



Stoves do not have a draft, therefore do not expect them to draw; as well expect a 
buggy to run without the agency of a horse or other force to draw it. The chimney produces 
the draft, and the character of draft will be in relation to the character of chimney — good 
in a chimney which is built to promote draft, and bad or sluggish in a chimney which has 
obstructions. 

A thorough understanding of the phenomena of draft will indicate the requirements 
of a chimney, make self-evident the existing evils, and point out the remedy in any chimney 
which lacks the required amount of draft for the successful operation of any stove attached. 

Draft is caused by the unequal temperature of air. Rarefied air travels in a spiral 
column and rises into space, displacing cold air in its passage. If rarefied air is confined to 
a narrow passage, as in a chimney, it causes draft, which in strength will be in proportion 
to the length of the spiral column. These spirals of rarefied air begin at the entrance of the 
stovepipe into the chimney, and continue in a column to the top outlet. At their formation 
the beginning is slow, but increases in velocity until they reach the open air; therefore, if 
the column is of great length, the movement is quick, and is termed strong draft. 

It is obvious, therefore, that a chimney must be constructed to favorably accommodate 
a spiral movement of rarefied air. A circular perpendicular shaft is the very best, because 
it has the exact form of the spiral column. A square form is next best; it, however, offers 
some obstructions, due to the four corners, which hold a neutral air. An elongated space is 
a direct opposite to the spiral current, and therefore is a great fault in a chimney. Curves 
or contractions are a severe fault, since they tend to disrupt the even flow of the spiral 
column. Short chimneys offer an impediment, since the spiral column is broken after it has 
had a chance to form only a few turns, and is correspondingly weak. 

Other things being equal, length is an indication of draft. Factories and mills would 
not go to the expense of high smoke-stacks if it were not necessary to get sufficient draft 
and reach above surrounding obstructions to a free flow of air over the tops of chimneys. 
If the stovepipe does not enter the bottom of a chimney, make it the bottom by filling the 
chimney below the pipe entrance; this can be done with a piece of sheet iron and cementing 
in place. This is necessary, since the spiral column of rarefied air requires an unobstructed 
beginning as well as termination. 




Fig. 3 
Remedy for Low Chimney 





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Fig. 2 

Branch Chimney Cowl 



Fig. 4 

Perfect Chimney Height 



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Fig. 5 

* Faulty Chimney Height 



Fig. 6 

Faulty Chimney Connection 



If a chimney requires additional length, continue it with brick of the same size, as shown in cut (Fig. 3). If sheet 
iron extension, be sure it has the same area as all the flues in the chimney, and put in flue partitions, as shown in cut (Fig. 1). 

Where chimneys cannot be extended above surrounding buildings or other obstructions use a revolving cowl, as in 
Fig. 1, or a branch stationary cowl, as in Fig. 2. A faulty chimney connection is shown in Fig. 6, since the connection is 
a reduction of the size pipe. It is equally faulty to reduce the size of pipe less than the pipe collar on the stove; stoves 
having 7-inch outlet collars have also 7-inch flue system throughout, and must have a 7-inch pipe to serve it. 

New stoves will not bake on the bottom, because they are new and too clean. A few days' use will put an ash deposit 
on the main bottom under the oven, and retain the heat to the bottom oven plate, after which it will bake. In all cases 
where a stove is complained of, and actually fails to operate satisfactorily, the fault in either case of cooking or baking 
can be traced to the draft, which, as indicated above, may arise from many causes. 



Condensation in Stovepipes 



Its manifestation is a black tarry water leaking out of the stovepipe joints; this is caused by the moisture in the fuel. 
Wood, soft coal or hard coal contain a percentage of moisture, no matter how dry apparently; the degree of moisture is 
in the order in which they are named. When wood is slowly heated, this moisture is given off in the form of vapor, and 
when the draft is made sluggish by closing the stove dampers this vapor condenses in the pipe, and, becoming mixed with 
the soot, the whole is called creosote. 

When a brisk fire is kept up in the stove the creosote is not noticeable, as the rapid draft carries out the vapor before 
it has had time to condense and run out of the pipe. The remedy is to keep up a circulation; this can be done by an air 
opening in the pipe near its beginning, and acts as a check to the fire. 

Stove dealers who will devote a little time to studying draft and its causes will save themselves much annoyance, 
and never find a stove they cannot make operate satisfactory to their customers. 




Fig. 7 

Improvement Bad Conditions 

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National Armco Iron Ranges 

Strictly High Grade 

Awarded Gold Medal at the World's Fair, 1904, for Efficiency, Durability and Simplicity. National Ranges are 
original in all features, imitating no other; they are better than any other make. Every feature in construction has 
been thoroughly considered to make them handsome, durable, simple and perfect in operation, giving special study 
to economy of fuel. We have succeeded so well in the latter that we guarantee National Ranges to do better work with 
less fuel than other stoves or ranges on the market. 




Fig. 8 

Shows the interior view of the arrangement of a Nat- 
tional water-front coil. The coil consists of a double 
pipe that enters near the lower edge of the front grate 
and forms two coils in the grate and two coils over the 
top of the fire box. The entire coil is at all times sub- 
jected to the direct action of the fire, and heats more 
water than any other style water-front. This view also 
shows the asbestos covering over the top oven plate, 
with the cast lining reinforcement on the front half, 
which thoroughly protects the oven from the fire. 




A rear view of range, showing the all-cast flue, and 
demountable elbow. This elbow is removable which allows 
the range to pass through an ordinary door opening. 
A drive latch holds the elbow on permanently. Also exten- 
sion fire box, to accommodate long length wood, and our 
plunger damper, which is entirely outside the range body. 
The operating parts are not subjected to the fire, and 
therefore should be indestructible. 




Fig. 10 

Shows our construction of Armco iron back flue 
mounted with a cast elbow, which is the point of wear. 
A soot deposit in this elbow cannot rust it to destruction. 
The holes, shown below the back flue, ventilate under the 
range, and prevent overheating the floor. 




This view exhibits the space between the bottom grate 
and front grate, which allows free access to poke the fire, 
and preserves a clean grate at all times. The pronged 
front grate admits an ample supply of draft, producing 
perfect combustion across the entire fire box. Every 
feature of convenience has been thoroughly incorporated 
in the construction of National Stoves and Ranges. 



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Fig. 12 

Illustrates the National device for raising the front 
key-plate section of the top. The mechanism consists 
of a rachet bar, which supports the front key-plate at 
any angle. This presents a suitable space for broiling, 
toasting, etc., and is a special convenience to kindle a 
fire. Moreover, a very slight raising will serve as a check 
to any over-amount of fire in a few moments. 





Fig. 13 



Fig, 14 



This shows inside view of our method of constructing 
Armco iron ovens. The front and back of the oven is 
flanged all around, and riveted direct to the body. These 
flanges furnish extra strength, and thoroughly prevent 
the oven warping away from the body, especially in the 
spaces between the rivets. The double oven rack slide 
permits placing the rack high or low, as required for 
various kinds of baking. 



A bottom view of our National Armco iron oven, 
showing the rib joint in center of oven bottom. This 
joint represents the two ends of the sheet flanged down- 
ward one inch and riveted together, being a part of the 
solid stock. It forms a truss across the oven, which 
forever holds the oven bottom straight. A reinforcement 
is effected by the two cast-iron bar braces on each side 
of the rib joint. 



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This illustrates the best possible method of reservoir 
construction. There is no damper to confuse the opera- 
tor, and no condensation; no soot deposit on the reservoir 
boiler that interferes with proper heating of the water. 
It cannot interfere with proper baking of the range, 
since it has outside contact only. Average capacity 10 
gallons. Easily attached or detached. A special fasten- 
mg device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body 
permanently and is sufficiently strong so that the range 
may be carried by the reservoir. Universally satisfactory. 




Fig. 17 

Insulated oven door. Consists of two separate sheets 
of steel, with a dead air space that prevents the oven 
radiation and loss of heat. It also prevents tarnish of the 
nickel trimmings, and a more uniformly heated oven. 




Simmering Cover. A convenience of incalculable 
merit, a necessity at time of cooking every meal, the 
place for slow cooking, indispensable for cooking cereals. 
The small cover in the center is adapted for small cook- 
ing vessels. 



Fig. 19 

National never-break wire oven rack, strong and sub- 
stantial. Offers no obstruction to a free circulation of 
heat throughout the oven space, and insures uniform 
baking top and bottom. 




Fig. 20 

Bottom view of National key-plate center, with angle 
flange around all the edges, making a strong and duraUe 
plate. The covers and cross-centers are reinforced with 
flanges over the under surfaces. These equalize the ex- 
pansion, and prevent cracking. 




Fig. 21 

The National wonderful porcupine fire back, the fea- 
ture that has put National Stoves and Ranges in advance 
of all others. This fire back radiates the heat jnto the 
oven through direct radiation, and also through "pin 
radiation;" each pin, or porcupine, conducts a supply 
of heat to the oven direct from the fire the moment 
fire is started; therefore, as' soon as the fire has attained 
the 225 degrees of heat necessary, the oven will register 
the same temperature; in consequence it is then ready for 
baking. It is obvious, therefore, that a small amount of 
fuel is required to obtain the desired results. When 
using a National Stove or Range you buy only half the 
fuel required in other ranges. This form of construction 
makes the fire back exceptionally durable. We guarantee 
it for twenty-five years. 



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Our National oven thermometer saves time, fuel and 
badly baked food. It enables you to do all kinds of 
baking with certainty and exactness. , It measures heat 
just as a clock measures time. Tells you when your oven 
has reached the degree of heat desired. It avoids bad 
luck with your baking, which is due to an improperly 
heated oven more than to any other cause. 




Fig. 23 

National Front Water-Coil 




Fig. 26 

This is a two-pipe water coil that lays against the 
fire-back. It can not interfere with baking in the oven, 
since it does not cover the fire back. It is covered with 
fire nearly all the time, and heats a greater amount of 
water than a cast water-back. 




Fig. 27 



Represents our four-pipe water coil back. It lays 
close against the fire back; however, not so close but it 
allows the fire to circulate back of the coils; therefore it 
does not interfere with the baking, and since the heat 
attacks the coils over their entire surfaces, it heats a 
large amount of water very quickly. 



Fig. 23 is described in Fig. 8. 




Fig. 24 

National Cast Water-Front, Made Extra Strong, 
with Large Water Channels 




Fig. 28 

Represents our cast water U used in our Hotel Na- 
tional. It occupies the rear of fire box and both sides 
extend half way of the fire back space. It has a web 
in the center to promote perfect circulation of the 
water, fitted for IJ^-inch pipe. 




Fig. 25 

National Cast Water-Back, Heats the Greatest Amount of Water, 
Does Not Interfere with the Baking of the Oven 

Figs. 24, 25. These show the National cast water- 
front and cast water-back. Every one is tested to one 
hundred pounds pressure, which insures perfect goods. . 




Fig. 29 

This is our water front ''L." It is made of cast iron. 
Takes the place of the front grate and rear end lining. 
It has an inside partition through the center for perfect 
circulation of the water. 



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Fig. 30 

National Duplex Grate for Coal 




Fig. 31 



Reversed for Wood, No Grate Frames to Warp, Removable without 
Disturbing Water-Fronts or Water-Backs 



Figs. 30, 31. National Duplex grate. Made without 
a grate frame, a bar on each end serves all requirements, 
thereby avoiding the conditions which get the grate out 
of order. Solid sides make of it a perfect wood grate 
when in a closed position, and at the same time reduce 
the depth of the fire box when wood is used as a fuel. 
Lateral bars the full length of grate sides prevent coal or 
cHnkers from interfering with the ease in dumping the 
grate while the fire is burning. The cog wheels are out- 
side the fire line, and are not subject to injury. 



These are nearly all exclusive National Features 
and can not be found in other lines of stoves and 
ranges. 




Fig. 32 

National Patent Pipe Regulating Damper 

That all chimneys do not present a uniform draft is 
so obvious that it ought not to require any argument at 
all J and yet people will attach any kind of range or stove 
to any kind of chimney and expect satisfactory results. 
There can be no guesswork and no failure; no getting the 
oven too hot and burning the baking; no waste of fuel 
when you use our patent regulating pipe damper. This 
controls absolutely the chimney draft to a desired degree. 




Fig. 33 

Shows our construction of leg base stoves and ranges. 
The front section of the base is made portable, and ar- 
ranged to lift upward and out of the way when sweeping 
under the range. A novel arrangement holds it suspended 
while in use, after which a push with the fdt)t drops it 
back to place. A sub-base strip back of the portable 
base section holds the legs firmly in place. 



NATIONAL STOVES RANGES AND FURNACES 
A Strictly High Grade Trade-Mark Line Built for Durability and Economy in Fuel 

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Wonderful Porcupine Fire Back 



This feature is one of the strongest selling points in 
National Stoves and Ranges. While we do not claim 
that a single fire back is a new feature, since stoves made 
sixty years ago were made with a single fire back, we do 
claim that our construction and application is new and 
can be found exclusively in National Stoves and Ranges. 

The reason for the indestructibility of our Porcupine 
Fire Back consists alone in the fact that the heat from 
the fire passes through the casting unobstructed. Al- 
though the obverse side of the fire back is exposed direct- 
ly against the live fire, the reverse side is exposed to the 
oven space of the stove, which is a limited space; how- 
ever, this is a part of universal space, consequently, 
the reverse side of the fire back is as much an exposed 
casting as the oven door, hearth or cover and center 
pieces. Because of this exposure to space the parts of a 
stove so exposed never burn out. 

While it is true that covers, centers, etc., are required 
as repairs, the fact remains that none of these parts ever 
burn out; they become cracked and warped but never 
melted like an encased casting. Burn out is simply a 
terrn to express melting or fusing, which is the condition 
that occurs. 

The porcupines or pins as used on our Porcupine Fire 
Back is the application of ''pin radiation" to the natural 
direct radiation of a flat surface. 'Tin radiation" is a 
potent factor in heat transmission. It finds recognition 
in electric heating, since it is used for that purpose to 
favor the latent power contained in the electric current. 



Air-cooled cylinders in automobiles also exemplify 
its application to enhance radiation, since they require 
the greatest possible heat radiation from the engine 
cylinders to prevent overheating. '-Pin radiation" is 
efficient where cast iron is the conductor. Cast iron is a 
porous metal, the cellular portions are nonconductors, 
the solids alone radiate heat, the rays of heat given off are 
in proportion to the solid exposure; therefore, the addi- 
tion of the porcupines increases the solids or radiating 
surface thirty-five per cent more than a flat fire back, 
and has ninety per cent more efficiency than fire backs in 
stoves and ranges that are placed in front of an oven 
plate and provided with an air space, back of the fire 
back. 

This means that our Porcupine Fire Back will heat the 
oven, ready for baking, in far less time than any other, 
and requires only enough fuel to cover the grate about 
two inches high to do the work. It is obvious, therefore, 
that great savings in fuel are effected, and gives the user 
the quick oven so much desired. 

We have used this Porcupine Fire Back in National 
Stoves and Ranges for the past twenty-four years; 
we have made more than a million of them, and not one 
has burned out during that time. This is proof positive 
that our wonderful Porcupine Fire Back is eternal. We 
guarantee it for twenty-five years. 

Do you recognize the selling power this feature gives 
the dealer over his competitor, if this improvement is 
explained to the prospective purchaser? 

Sell National Stoves and Ranges for cause. 



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/^UR Line of Ranges comprises 
^^ everything in Steel, Cast Iron, 
Porcelain Enameled and Combina- 
tion Coal and Gas: a style and price 
to suit any prospective buyer. 

The working part (interior) of 
NATIONAL Ranges contains ex- 
clusive National features that make 
them better than others for the user, 
and results in lasting customers for 
the dealer. 



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Excddor Stcave &ManufacluriD^Coinpaijjr 



Hotel National 



Double Oven Armco Iron Range 

This range has two ovens and single fire. It is provided with a direct draft damper and shde damper over the flues 
of each oven. These dampers may be operated at will, closing off one oven at any time. This leaves one oven in operation 
and the other serving as a warming closet. Both ovens may be operated at the same time. The fire box is provided with 
a duplex grate for coal (reversing the grate adapts it for wood). It has extra heavy substantial cast iron linings and 
large pouch feed door. 

The water heater consists of a U-shaped section of the fire box, which is the only form of construction that equalizes 
the heat in both ovens, and will heat more water than any other. This range is built in a first-class manner. The body 
is heavy Armco iron plate, with extra Armco iron plate and asbestos lining, making three distinct walls. The ovens are 
ribbed and braced on the bottom with angle irons. The top oven plate is covered with a cast iron fretwork. It has a 
double main bottom. The body is black japanned, oven doors are double lined, with dead air space (like a refrigerator door) 
preventing escape of the heat, and making a corresponding saving in fuel. 

We have spared no expense to make this range first-class in every respect, so as to withstand hard usage. While 
this construction will not permit us to compete with the cheap ranges offered to the trade, our prices are as low as con- 
sistent with high-class construction. 

We furnish these ranges with ten 8-inch or ten 9-inch cooking holes in key-plate tops with loose short centers. Can 
also furnish them with French plate top, consisting of three solid plate sections without covers, excepting center section, 
provided with one 13-inch hole and reducing ring to 9-inch. 

Highly nickel trimmed to lend a clean and bright appearance to the kitchen. 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal Or Wood 



Number Holes 

820 Ten 8-inch 

920 Ten 9-inch 

20 F. T. (French Top) 



Ovens, Each 

20x24x16 

20x24x16 

20x24x16 



Top Surface 

34x67 
34x67 
34x67 



High Shelf and first joint Pipe, extra . . . . 

High Closet and first joint Pipe, extra 

Cast U Water Heater fitted in Range, Fig. 28, extra 

Cast U Water Heater separate from Range, extra 

30-gallon galvanized Pressure Boiler with Stand, extra. . . . 
52-gallon galvanized Pressure Boiler with Stand, extra . . . . 
Pipe Connections from Pressure Boiler to Water U, extra . 
Canopy over Range, nickel trimmed, extra 



Weight 

960 
970 
960 

85 

120 

65 

65 

85 

145 

35 

160 



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Code Word 



Bestral 
Bestir 

Waste 

Wall 

Watery 

Water 

Walrus 

Waltz 

Wander 

Warble 



Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven doors, oven door panels and handles, oven door stops, fire door, front 

towel bar, end towel rails, shaker and all edges, brackets and jambs on high shelf and closet. 

Water Heater Illustrated, page 11, 



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Japanned Armco Iron Range, Double Oven 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Hotel National 



Description, Opposite Page 

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Black Armco Iron Range 



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WITH HIGH SHELF 



Number Ovens Top Surface Weight Price Code Word 

924 24x24xl6H 34x47 745 $ Botany 

930 30x24x163^ 34x53 795 Bother 

Extra Wood Grate, to make shallow Fire Box, extra 20 Wooden 

Cast Water Front Fitted in Range, Fig. 24 

extra 45 

Cast Water Front separate from Range, extra 45 

50-gallon galvanized Steel Tank, with Cover, Brass Faucet 

and plain Stand, extra 120 ' 

75-galIon Tank, same as above, extra 130 

Pipe Connections, Range to above Tank 12 

Pressure Boilers — See Hotel National 

Canopy for No. 924 — See Hotel National, extra 140 

Canopy for No. 930 — See Hotel National, extra 150 

If wanted without High Shelf and First Joint Pipe, deduct ... . . . . ™ . 

Breeching to connect Smoke Pipe of Double Range to Single 

Flue, extra ... 

We do not furnish couplings for lead pipe connections from water front to tank. Galvanized iron pipe must be used 
for this purpose. We furnish these ranges with key-plate top consisting of two 9-inch holes, four 9-inch holes, six 9-inch 
holes, or entire top solid in three sections; also French Top consisting of one 13-inch hole with 9-inch cover and solid rear 
key-plate. Always state in ordering style top wanted. Unless otherwise specified, we ship all ranges two 9-inch holes in 
front section, and balance of top with "two solid plates. These ranges can be set tandem, two or more may be coupled 
together. For this purpose we furnish them with a special coupler top section. (See description of Tandem Range, 
opposite page.) Description, page 20. 



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Cafe National 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

The Cafe National is especially adapted for hotel, restaurant and camp purposes. It is constructed in all its features 
extra heavy and substantial. The top of oven is concave, and covered with asbestos. It is also reinforced with cast iron 
fretwork, which will hold ashes in all the meshes, and serve as a further protection to the oven. The fire back and front 
lining are sectional and interchangeable; the grate is the National duplex for coal; reversed, it forms a perfect wood 
grate; the grate may be removed through front of range without disturbing the water connections. Combination pipe 
damper and check draft located in range top consists of a slide plate that automatically closes the pipe opening partially, 
and admits a supply of air through the fretwork openings, to carry off the gases and check the fire. A plunger damper, 
for direct draft, enables a quick fire at all times. Oven bottom is made with two-rib joints, and bar iron braces to pre- 
vent warping. The body is thoroughly lined with asbestos and Armco iron plate lining, making a three-wall system. It 
is also provided with a false bottom and ventilated space between the main and false bottom, which thoroughly prevents 
heating the floor under the range. Drop pouch door is 7 3^x9 M inches; permits the use of large size coal or wood. It 
will serve wood 26 inches long. The oven door horizontal bars are wrough iron and non-breakable. 

Arranged for cast water front, using one-inch pipe. Body finish is black. Trimmings, ground polish. These ranges 
can be set (tandem), two or more coupled in a continuous line. For this purpose we provide a coupler top. The regular 
high shelves used on single oven ranges may be used when two or more are set tandem. These ranges may also be set in 
the center of kitchen (Center Range), setting as many as desired back to back. This form can also be furnished with 
invisible smoke pipe and Center Range high shelf. Prices on Center Ranges furnished on application. 





View of Cafe National — Interior Top 

Showing interior of firebox, fretwork over oven top, and asbestos 
covering, also check damper in pipe collar; this consists of a fiat 
damper plate that fits flush into the top and slides under the smoke 
collar, partially closing off the pipe opening and exposing a fretwork 
opening into the flue space, which admits cold air to check the fire. 



View of Cafe National — French Top 

The French Top of the Cafe National consists of two sohd 
key plates. The front plate is provided with a 13-inch hole and 
reducing ring down to 9-ineh cover; the rear key plate is a one-piece 
solid casting made extra strong and heavy. Very popular for restau- 
rant use. 



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Cast Iron Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 

This illustration shows our Porcelain Enameled Balustrade attached to a National Range Top, which may be used 
when range is desired without a high closet. 

High Closets on Ranges have become in such general use that many dealers have come to the conclusion that all 
Range buyers must accept the range in all instances trimmed with a high closet. 

This is not a fact: in many cases customers prefer a range without a closet and since the omission of the closet makes 
a substantial reduction in price, it increases sales: therefore, we recommend that dealers carry a few ranges in stock with 
this balustrade, instead of high closet. 

Can be furnished with all National Ranges, which show a list with the balustrade. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

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Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Elegant National 



SQUARE WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 24~25 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[22] 



National stoves* Ranges and Furnaces 





Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Elegant National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Padres 24-25 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

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Elegant National 

Armco Iron Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A plain and handsome design, rich in appearance, and high-grade construction in every detail; nothing 
has been omitted that lends to efficiency and durability. The body is extra heavy blue finish Armco iron. The 
main bottom and flues are thoroughly asbestos lined. The flues are reinforced with Armco iron lining, making 
a three-wall system. The top oven plate is covered with asbestos and reinforced on front section with cast iron 
plates to resist the direct action of the fire; all cast-back flue. Sheet flue system, with extra large flues, insures 
easy draft, with the use of soft coal or wood, and requires infrequent cleaning. The top is cut in four sections, 
and fitted with our key-plate raising attachment, also key-plate centers and loose short centers, extra heavy 
covers, substantial center rest. Combination end swing feed for wood and drop pouch feed for coal; extra large 
sheet steel ash pan. Mounted on cast base with elaborate nickel legs. One simmering cover furnished with each 
range. 

Oven — Large, square, high and roomy. The oven d oor is provided with outside spring which balances the door, and 
makes it easy to open or close. Porcelain enameled door panel and wire oven rack. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy cast linings, and fire-box extension for long lengths wood. National Duplex grates, removable 
through end without disturbing lining, fitted with our wonderful porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five 

years). 

Damper — Plunger damper for direct draft, operates on outside of body and can never warp. Slide damper in front 
door, provides ample supply of draft. 

Reservoir — We furnish a copper reservoir, thoroughly tinned inside, and heats by contact. It lays close against the 
range body, heating the water continually, capacity 10 gallons. The contact reservoir is portable, easily attached 
to square-top range. It may be bolted permanently to the body, if desired, so that the range may be carried by 
the reservoir. 

Water Heater — Arranged for cast water-front, cast water-back, front water-coil and two-pipe water-back coil. Our 
system of water-back heats most water and does not interfere with baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel, highly nickel trimmed, and furnished with our patent regulating pipe 
damper, which controls the fire perfectly. Porcelain enameled closet door and porcelain enameled splasher. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door, oven door handle, fire door, ash door, flue door, legs and three skirt- 
ings, towel bar, grate shaker, cover lifter, knobs, keys and all jambs, pipe damper and balustrade corner on high 
closets. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[24] 



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Nationel stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 




Elegant National 

Armco Iron Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 







, 


Detail 








Number 


Holes 


Oven 


*Top Surface 
Square Reservoir 


Shipping Weights 

With Balustrade With High Closet 

Square Reservoir Square Reservoir 


8618 


^ix 8-inch 


18x20x13 


29x43 29x48 


392 


462 


455 525 


9618 


Six 9-inch 


18x20x13 


29x43 29x48 


395 


465 


458 528 


8620 


Six 8-inch 


20x20x13 


29x45 29x50 


399 


469 


462 532 


9620 


Six 9-inch 


20x20x13 


29x45 29x50 


412 


472 


465 535 








Prices 














(See net price list) 












With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 








Number 


Square 


Code Word Copper Reservoir 


Code Word 






8618 
9618 
8620 
9620 


$ 


Madness $ . . 

Madrigal 

Maggot 

Magician 




Magnity 
Magnolia 
M agpie 
Maiden 










With High Closet 










Number 


Square 


Code Word Copper Reservoir 


Code Word 






8618 


$ 


Maintop $ . . 




Malice 






9618 




Maize 




Malign 






8620 




Majesty 




Malignity 






9620 




Majority 




Mallet 





Water Heater fitted in Range, Figs. 23, 24, 25 Extra 

Water Heater Separate from Range, Figs. 23, 24, 25 .Extra 

2-Pipe Water Back Coil, Figs. 26 Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Copper Reservoir 10 gallon capacity, heats by contact. 
Water Heater described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 



Code Word 

Watery 

Water 

Wattle 

Weed 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

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Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal-or Wood 



Splendid National 



SQUARE WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 28-29 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE. SEE PAGE 101 

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Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Splendid National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 2S-29 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

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Splendid National 

Armco Iron Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — Polished Armco iron range mounted on steel leg base and cast iron legs, making a sanitary range The 
ornamentation is a smooth and plain finish, easily cleaned and kept clean. Asbestos lined and re-inforced with 
Armco iron plate over the asbestos forms a three wall system of body. The top oven plate is covered with asbestos 
the front half is also covered with Armco iron plate over the asbestos to protect against the direct action of the 
fire. Cast iron back flue. The top is full width and provided with a loose cast elbow back of the high closet this 
elbow IS removable, so that it does not interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening Sheet 
flue system, with extra large flues, insures easy draft when using soft coal or wood. The top is cut in four sections 
and fitted with our key-plate raising attachment; also key-plate centers and loose short centers in all key-plates' 
heavy covers, substantial center rest, large drop end feed door for coal or wood, sheet steel ash pan and ash 
guards, that conduct all ashes into the pan. One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

Oven - Made of Armco iron with rib joint in bottom and bar iron braces. Large, high and roomy, provided with non- 
breakable wire oven rack. Outside spring balanced oven door. Porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box - Extra heavy cast linings, and fire-box extension for long lengths wood. National duplex grate, removable 
through range top, fitted with our wonderful porcupine fire back (guaranted twenty-five years). 

Dampers — Plunger damper for direct draft, slide damper in front drop door. 

Reservoir - We furnish a copper reservoir, thoroughly tinned inside and heats by contact. It lies close against the 
body of range and heats continually. Capacity 9 gallons. The contact reservoir is portable, easily attached to 
square top range. A special arrangement permits the reservoir to be permanently bolted to range if desired. 

Thermometer — Furnished with all sizes. Measures heat just as a clock measures time. It avoids bad luck when 
baking. 

Water Heater — Arranged for cast water back, cast water front and front water coil. When ordering be sure to specify 
kind wanted. 

High Closet — Made of polished steel with porcelain enameled splash guard and door panels, it is highly nickel trimmed 
and furnished with regulating pipe damper, which controls the fire perfectly. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings - Oven door and handle, fire door, ash door, ash guard, flue door, two legs and front 

base strip, towel bar, grate shaker, cover lifter, knobs, keys, front and doors, brackets, pipe damper, dopr knobs 
and bal ustrade corners on high closet. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

128] 



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Splendid National 



Armco Iron Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 





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Detail 
























Shipping Weights 










*Top Surface 


With Balustrade 


With High Closet 


Number 


Holes 


Oven 


Square 


Reservoir 


Square 


Reservoir 


Square 


Reservoir 


8414 


Four 8 inch 


14x18x13 


27x34 


27x39 


261 


316 


305 


360 


8616 


'Six 8 inch 


16x18x13 


27x38 


27x43 


278 


338 


322 


392 


8618 


Six 8 inch 


18x18x13 


27x38 


27x43 


287 


346 


330 


390 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


20x20x13 


29x40 


29x45 


317 


377 


361 


421 


9620 


Six 9 inch 


20x20x13 


30x40 


30x45 


320 


380 


364 


424 








Prices 


















(See net price 


list) 














With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 














Code 










Code 


Number 


Square 




Word 




Copper Reservoir 




Word 


8414 


. $ 




Barrister 




$.. 






Bedabble 


8616 
8618 
8620 
9620 






Basblen 










Bedizen 






Basement 










Bediamite 






Basilicon 










Bedrench 






Basilisk 










Bedrop 








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oset 
















Code 










Code 


Number 


Square 




Word 




Copper 


Reservoir 




Word 


8414 


$ 




Begetter 




$.. 






Benedict 


8616 
8618 






Begging 
Begrudge 










Benefactor 














Beneficed 


8620 






Beleaguer 










Beneficial 


9620 






Belesprit 










Beneficiary 





Water Heater fitted in Range Figs. 23, 24, 25. Extra 

Water Heater separate from Range Figs. 23, 24, 25 Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. ' 

Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas Attachment see Page 101. 



Codeword 

Watery 

Water 

Weed 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



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Excddor Stove S-Mamrfaclura^Compaipr 




Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coafor Wood 



Fashion National 



SQUARE WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 32-33 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[30] 



National stoves, Riai^es and Furnaces 





Blue Polished Armco Iron Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Fashion National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND HIGH CLOSET 

Description. Pages 32-33 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

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Fashion National 

Armco Iron Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A medium priced Armco iron range, mounted on leg base, a first quality range, it is well made in all 
parts. The body is made of blue Armco iron well lined with asbestos. The oven top is covered with asbestos and 
reinforced on front half with Armco iron plate that protects against the direct action of the fire. Sheet flue sys- 
tem with extra large flues adapted to the use of soft coal or wood. Armco iron back flue with cast bottom elbow. 
The top is cut into four sections, provided with heavy covers and centers, substantial center rest. Large end feed 
door for wood, sheet steel ash pan. 

Oven — Made of Armco iron with rib joint in bottom and bar iron braces. It is square, high and roomy, provided with 
non-breakable wire oven rack, outside spring balanced oven door, porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box — Heavy cast iron linings, fire box extension for long lengths wood. Duplex grate for coal reversing the grate 
forms a perfect wood grate. Solid fire back ventilated. 

Reservoir — We furnish galvanized iron or copper reservoir, the copper is thoroughly tinned inside; this form of reser- 
voir heats by contact; it lays close against the body of range and heats continually; easily attached to square 
top range; capacity ten gallons. A special arrangement permits the reservoir to be permanently bolted to the 
range if desired. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water back coil or four-pipe water back coil and cast water ''L" front. Our 
form of water back coil is not hke the old style water backs, which interfered with the baking; it lays apart from 
the back, allowing the heat to pass entirely around the coils and heat a large amount of water. 

High Closet — Made of blue steel, highly nickel trimmed, with porcelain enameled splasher back and furnished with 
our patent regulating pipe damper, which controls the fire perfectly. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door, oven door handle, fire door, flue door, front base strip and two legs, 

towel bar, grate shaker, cover lifter, keys and all edges, brackets, jambs, door panel, handle and pipe damper on 
high closet. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[32] 



National stoves, I?§D^es and Furnaces 



J 




Fashion National 



Armco Iron Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 





' 




Detail 












Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


*Top Surface 
Square Reservoir 


With 
Square 


Shipping Weights 
Balustrade With High Closet 
Reservoir Square Reservoir 


8414 


P'our 8 inch 


14x19x123^ 


24x32 24x40 


223 




283 


267 


327 


8616 


Four 8 Two 7 


16x19x123^ 


24x34 24x42 


229 




289 


272 


364 


8618 


Six 8 inch 


18x19x123^ 


24x36 24x44 


238 




298 


282 


384 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


20x21x123^ 


26x38 26x46 


246 




306 


290 


404 


9620 


Four 9 Two 8 


20x21x12)^ 


26x38 26x46 


249 




309 


293 


407 








Prices 


















(see net price list) 
















With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 












Number Square 


Code Word 


Galvanized 
Reservoir Code Word 


Copper 


Reservoir 


Code Word 






8414 $ 


Mantel 


$ Marque 




$. 




Martello 






8616 


Mantua 


Marquis 






..... 


Martial 






8618 

8620 


Manual 

Manumit 


Marrow 

Marshal 








Martin 
Martyr 












9620 


Maroon 


Marshy 








Marvelous 
















With High Closet 














Number Square 


Code Word 


Galvanized Reservoir Code Word 


Cappgr 


Reservoir 


Code Word 






8414 $ 


Masonic 


$ Mastoid 




$. 




Matrass 






8616 


Masonry 


Matadore 








Ma trice 






8618 


Mastery 


Material 








Matercide 






8620 

9620 


Masticate 

Mastiff 


Maternal 

Matinee 








Matron 

Matting 

















Cast Water ''L" Front fitted in Range. Fig. 29 Extra $ 

Cast Water ^VL'* Front separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra ...... 

Cast Water Back fitted in Range. Fig. 25 Extra 

Cast Water Back separate From Range. Fig. 25 .Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil. Fig. 26 .Extra 

4 Pipe Water Back Coil (Special order only). Fig. 27 Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra ...... 

High closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra ...... 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



Code Word 

Wordy 

Work 

Watery 

Water 

Wattle 

Whist 

Web 

Weed 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wild 



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Excddor Stove S-Manufactarin^Cowpaipr 




Blue Steel Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



World National 



SQUARE WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 38-37 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[34] 



National Steves, R§D^es and Furnaces 








Blue Steel Range 



World National 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



WITH RESERVOIR AND HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 36-37 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

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World National 

Steel Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — This range will meet the requirements for an article at a low price, and at the same time maintain 
a degree of appearance that will permit a dealer to sell it to the average class of customers. Moreover, the 
construction and operation contains those characteristics peculiar to Nationals, which make them satisfactory 
in every instance. While the weight of materials used are not up to those embodied in our high class steel r anges, 
we have used in its construction reasonable stock. It will therefore give anyone good service. Body is blue 
steel, asbestos lined. Top is cut in two sections, and provided with ribbed covers and centers; the long center 
is bolted in place, making it very durable. 

Oven — Made of Bessemer steel with rib joint bottom and bar iron braces. It is absolutely square, high and roomy, 
provided with non-breakable wire oven rack. Outside spring balanced oven door. 

Fire Box — Heavy cast linings with self-locking, flat-shaking and dumping grate for coal, solid flat grate for wood. 
One-piece fire back. 

Reservoir — We furnish galvanized iron reservoir. Heats by contact. It lays close against the body of range, and 
heats continually. Easily attached to square top range. Reservoir capacity 8 gallons. 

High Closet — Made of blue steel, nickel trimmed and provided with a register check damper. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water-back coil if so ordered. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door and handle, oven panel, flue door, end towel rod, also edges, closet 
ends, door panel and door handle on high closet. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[36] 



National staves. Ranges and Furnaces 




World National 

Steel Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Detail 

*Top Surface 

Number Holes Ovens Square Reservoir Square Reservoir 

8412 Four 8 inch 12x18x10 21x27 21x31 125 140 

8414 Four 8 inch 14x18x10 21x29 21x35 132 147 

8616 Four 8, Two 7 16x18x11 21x31 21x37 140 155 

8618 Six 8 inch 18x21x11 24x33 24x39 155 170 



Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet 



Square 

170 
177 
185 
200 



Reservoir 

185 
192 
200 
215 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



With Steel Balustrade 

Number Square Code Word 

8412 $ Mature 

8414 Maudlin 

8616 Maul 

8618 Mayor 



Galvanized Reservoir 
$ - 



Code Word 

Maze 
Meadow 
Meagre 
Meander 



With High Closet 



Number 
8412 
8414 
8616 
8618 



Square 



Code Word 

Meaning 
Meantime 
Measure 
Medalist 



Galvanized Reservoir 
$ 



Code Word 

Meddler 
Mediate 
Medical 
Medicate 



2-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

If wanted on Legs instead of Base Deduct 

If wanted without Steel Balustrade Deduct 

If wanted for Wood only Deduct 

*Top surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges 
Water Heaters described on Page 11 



Code Word 

$ Wattle 

Web 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wound 

Wild 

Wrestle 



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B 



jMlii 



- Pi3 Excddor Stove S-Manufaclurm^ Compaipr 







Steel Range, Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal^ Soft Coal or Wood 



Deluxe National 



SERIES B 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 42-43 
NOTE — ^Can be furnished in White Enameled. See net price list 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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National stoves. H§i)^es and Furnaces 





Steel Range, Blue Porcelain Enameled 



^\^ 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Deluxe National 



SERIES B 
With Reservoir and High Closet 

Description Pages 42-43 
NOTE — Can be furnished in White Enameled. See net price list 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



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Excdaor Stove S-Manufacturin^CompaTpr 




Steel Range, Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Deluxe National 



SERIES G 
Square with High Closet 
Description, Pages 42-43 
NOTE — Can be furnished in White Enameled. See net price list 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 



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National stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 





Steel Range, Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Deluxe National 



SERIES G 
With Reservoir and High Closet 

Description, Pages 42-43 
NOTE — Can be furnished in White Enameled. See net price list 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



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^^1^, Excdaor Stove &Manufaclurin^Coinpaijjr 









Deluxe National Steel Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 
With Polished Top 

Construction — The range Everlasting. Enameled in blue, gray and white finish. Fully Porcelain Enameled Armco 
Ingot Iron Range for hard coal, soft coal or wood. With pouch feed, high closet, contact reservoir, samtary leg 

base and polished top. t i , • -j i ^ -^u 

A popular priced Porcelain Enameled Armco Ingot Iron Rust Resisting Range, coated both mside and out with 
porcelain enamel. An extra coat of blue flaked with white, or gray as the case may be, is also applied to the 
outside body and panels, making three coats of porcelain in all. The porcelain enamel is fused into the Armco 
Ingot Rust Resisting Iron under a very high degree of heat and becomes a part of the iron itself. It is elastic, 
expands, contracts and bends with the iron and will not chip, crack or break. It cannot rust or corrode. Is 
impervious to the grease and acids and all other chemical action arising from the burning of hard coal, soft coal 
or wood and in fact is a Rust Proof, Sanitary, Durable Range and as easy to keep clean as a piece of chma. 

Oven — Sheet flue system with extra large 33^-inch flues adapted for the use of hard coal, soft coal or wood. The sides 
and top of oven are made from 16 gauge; the bottom of oven from 14 gauge Armco Ingot Rust Resisting Iron, 
fully enameled inside and out. The back flue is also enameled on both inside and outside. 

Body — The body is made from 18 gauge Armco Ingot Rust Resisting Iron, fully enameled inside and outside. 

Top — The top is cut into four sections, provided with heavy key plates, covers, centers and substantial center rest. 
Large end feed door for wood, large sheet steel ash pan. 

Fire Box — Heavy cast iron linings, fire box extension to accommodate long lengths of wood; duplex grate for coal 
Reversing grate forms a perfect wood grate. Three section ventilated fire back. 

Reservoir — Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i. e., the entire front of reservoir lays close against 
the back of the range and absorbs the heat continuously. There is no opening in the range back and requires no 
reservoir damper. Therefore this system cannot interfere with perfect baking. Has enameled end, polished cast 
top and cover. Can be attached to square top of range by removing the back shelf only. A special fastening 
device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently. The reservoir boiler capacity is 10 gallons. 

Water Heater — Arranged for figure 23 Two Pipe Water Front Coil of ample capacity. 

High Closet — Made of Armco Ingot Rust Resisting Iron, enameled in blue, gray or white and highly nickel trimmed , 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Main front, oven door frame, oven door handle, oven door thermometer panel, 
oven door spring pocket cover, clean out door, fire door frame, ash door frame, name plate, reservoir end frame 
towel bar, grate shaker and cover lifter, front door damper, two front nickel legs, front long nickel base strip, 
high closet brackets, high closet doors, high closet door frames, high closet front, high closet top corners, bottom 
edge and reservoir faucet. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[42] 



Nationeil stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 




,; 



Deluxe National 

Porcelain Enameled Steel Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

With Polished Top 



Number 


Holes 


8618 


Six 8 inch 


9618 


Six 9 inch 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


9620 


Six 9 inch 



Ovens 
18x203^xl2M 
18x201^x121^ 

20x203^xl2M 
20x203^x12}^ 



Detail 



* 

Square 


fop surft 


ice 

Reservoir 


Shipping Weights 
With High Closet 
Square Reservoir 


243^x41 




243^x47 


500 


530 


243^x41 




24J^x47 


503 


533 


243^x43 




243^x49 


515 


545 


243^x43 




243^x49 


518 


548 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



Number 
8618B 
961 8B 
8620B 
9620B 


Style 

Blue Enameled 
Blue Enameled 
Blue Enameled 
Blue Enameled 


With High Closet 

Code 
Square Word 

$ Mediocre 

Meditate 

Medium 

Medley 




Copper 
Reservoir 

$ 


Code 
Word 

Memento 
Memoir 
Memorable 
Memorial 


8618G 
9618G 
8620G 
9620G 


Gray Enameled 
Gray Enameled 
Gray Enameled 
Gray Enameled 




Meed 
Megrim 
Melange 
Meliorate 






Memory 

Menace 

Menial 

Mental 


8618W 

9618W 
8620W 
9620W 


White Enameled 

White Enameled 
White Enameled 
White Enameled 




Mellow 
Melodize 
Melody 
Member 






Mention 
Mentor 
Mercer 
Merciful 


Water Heater fitted in Range, Fig. 23 . 
Water Heater Separate from Range, Fij 


?. 23 




. Extra 
.Extra 


$...... 


Code Word 

Watery 

Water 



*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. W^ater Heater described on Page 11. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[43] 




Excdaor Stove &ManufactariD^Coinpaijjr 




Cast Range 
Regular Iron Finish 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES E 
With Elevated Oven and Shelf 
See Description, Pages 50-51 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[44] 



National staves, R§D^es and Furnaces 



Cast Range 
Regular Iron Finish 





For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES E 
With Elevated Oven and Broiler 

Description, Pages 50-51 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[45] 




Excdaor Stove S-MaDufacluriD^Compaipr 




Cast Range 
Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coai, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES F 

With Elevated Oven and Shelf 

Description, Pages 50-51 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 



[46; 



National stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 





Cast Range 
Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES F 
With Elevated Oven and Broiler 

Description Pa^es SO-Sl 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[47 1 




Excddor Stove S-Mamifaclura^CompaTpr 




Cast Range 
Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Nat'ural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES G 
With Elevated Oven and Shelf 

Description Pasres 50-51 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 



■48] 



National stoves. R§D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Range 
Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Perfection National 



SERIES G 
With Elevated Oven and Broiler 

Description, Pages 50-51 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[49] 



lal^ Excdsior Stove &Maiiufactur in^ Compaipr 




Perfection National 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

With Polished Top 

Construction — This range uses any kind of solid fuel, manufactured or natural gas. It has four coal holes, four gas 
burners and one simmering burner on top, both gas and coal may be used at the same time. Built with our special 
two flue system which is amply large for soft coal or wood. 
Detachable cast elbow back of elevated oven, allowing the range to pass through an ordinary door opening. 

Ovens — The Gas Oven is elevated and ventilated into smoke pipe, it has cast iron linings, cast front and cast iron bot _ 
tom oven plate with 7 in. cooking hole. Two oven burners operated with separate valves, and pilot lighter, porce- 
lain enameled door panel. The Oven is thoroughly insulated with asbestos and reinforced with steel lining. Wire 
oven rack. Entire inside aluminized. The Coal Oven has no gas attached, it operates separately with coal or wood 
fire. It is provided with a wire oven rack. The operation of the Oven Burners in Gas Oven is visible through 
Mica Panel in end Burner Plate. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy cast iron linings, fire box extension for long length wood. National Duplex Grate for coal or 
wood. Reversing the coal grate forms a perfect wood grate fitted with our wonderful procupine fire back, which 
is guaranteed for twenty-five years. 

Damper — Sliding direct draft damper, operates on top of range; it can be regulated open or shut to required draft. 
A slide damper is provided between the coal and gas section which should be opened when using natural gas. 
Slide dampers operated by rods on top of Elevated oven and broiler must be open when baking with gas and closed 
to bake with coal. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the splasher back. 

Broiler — Elevated broiler ventilated into smoke pipe, it has cast hning, two burners operated with separate valves 
and pilot lighter. Porcelain enameled broiler pan and wire broiler rack. The operation of the broiler Burners is 
visible through Mica Panel in end Burner Plate. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water back coil and Cast Water "L" front. Our system heats most water and 

does not interfere with the baking. 

Aluminized Parts — Inside Coal Oven, Gas Oven and Broiler. 

Nickel Parts — Oven door, fire door, ash door, draft door, spring pocket, oven door hinge, name plate, front top edge, 
manifold pipe, two legs and one long base strip, check damper, grate shaker and keys. Elevated oven and broiler 
parts, brackets, and door frames. 

Porcelain Enamel Parts — E Series has White Porcelain Enamel Coal Oven door panel. Elevated oven door panel, 
Broiler door panel and splasher back, Aluminized scavenger pans. F and G Series — Main bottom, front, left end, 
right end, two legs, one long base strip, two short base strips, Broiler front, elevated oven front. White Coal Oven 
door panel, elevated oven door panel, broiler door panel, elevated oven ends, broiler ends, elevated shelf, splasher 
back, and scavenger pans. 

Top Arrangement — When furnishing this range for the use of Manufactured Gas, we supply the top with four Cooking 
Covers over the coal section and spider grates over the gas section. 
For the use of Natural Gas, we furnish the top with cooking covers over the entire top making eight eight-inch 
holes, a slide damper under the gas top may be opened to allow the gas fumes to enter the chimney flue instead of 
escaping into the room. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[50] 



National Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 





Showing open view of Gas Oven and Broiler 

Perfection National 

Cast Range, Elevated Oven 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

With Polished Top 







Detail 








No. 


Holes 
Holes Coal Gas Gas Oven 


Gas Broiler 


Coal Oven 


Shipping Weight 
Top Without With 
Surface Broiler Broiler 


8618 


Four 8 inch 4 18x17x11 K 


18xl7xllM 


18x18x121^ 


28x44 700 


788 






Prices 












(See Net Price List) 








For Manufactured 


Gas 






No. 


Style 


Elevated 
Oven and Shelf 


Code Word 


Elevated 
Oven and Broiler 


Code Word 


8618E 
8618F 
8618G 


Regular Iron Finish 
Blue Enameled 
Gray Enameled 


$ 


Clump 
Clumsy 

Cluster 


$ 


Clutch 
Clutter 
Coach 






For Natural Gas 






Xu. 


style 


Elevated 
Oven and Shelf 


Code Word 


Elevated 
Oven and Broiler 


Code Word 


8618E 
8618F 
8618G 


Regular Iron Finish 
Blue Enameled 
Gray Enameled 


$ 


Coactive 
Coaction 
Coadjutor 


$ 


Course 

Coaster 
Coasting 



Cast Water "L" Front fitted in Range Fig. 29 Extra $ 

Cast Water ''L' ' Front separate from Range Fig. 29 Extra 

Water Front Coil fitted in Range Fig. 2Z Extra 

Water Front Coil separate from Range Fig. 23 Extra 

Two pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Water Heater described on page 11. 

NATION AL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



Code Word 
Wordy 
Work* 
Wily 
Wince 
Wattle 



51 




Excdsior Stove S-Mairafaclurin^Compaipr 




Cast Range 



For Hard or Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured and Natural Gas 



Combination National 



WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages S4-55 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

1 52 1 



NatioxieLl stoves, I(§ii^es and Furnaces 





j> 




Cast Range 



For Hard or Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured and Natural Gas 



Combination National 

WITH HIGH CLOSET AND BROILER 

Description^ Pag^eg 54-55 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

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Excdsior Stove &Manufacturin^ Company 




X-Ray View 
allowing Hue system for coal and heat travel of ga? 

Combination National 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

Construction — This range uses any kind of coal, manufactured or natural gas. Consisting of four coal holes, four gas 
burners and one simmering burner on top, making a nine burner cooking stove when occasion demands. The 
oven burner may also be used with gas in addition to the coal fire if desired. There are no gas burners in the oven, 
the oven being strictly free from all obstructions. The gas burners are located outside the oven, these consist 
of a large ^*L" shaped burner. The stem of the ^'L" is located in the rear of the stove inside a burner box; the 
arm of the "L" is located in a housing between the oven and the ash pit. The gas flames of the oven burners do 
not enter the oven, however; all the heat from these burners discharges into the oven through the fretwork on the 
rear and left end of the oven. An opening in the right front end of the oven allows the burner heat to escape into 
the flues and out of the chimney; this feature draws the heat forward and downward in the oven equalizing the 
temperature and at the same time ventilating the oven. 

There is nothing to take out of the oven or put into it to use either gas or coal ; no burners to move or change, no 
heavy plate to take out of the oven. When baking with gas place the cast iron oven rack on the lowest supports 
being the only required change from coal to gas. One lever located on range top operates the entire gas oven equip- 
ment. This lever, when moved to the right, turns on the gas supply; at the same time it opens the air ports to the 
gas burners and also opens the vent from the oven. Then turning the lever to the left closes off gas, etc., and auto- 
matically locks the parts in a closed position. 

To light the gas oven burners, the oven door must he opened to gain access to the burners, thereby eliminating all 
danger of gas explosions in the oven. 

The coal part of the range is built on the two-flue principle; the flues are amply large for soft coal or wood. The 
entire structure is strictly first class in every respect. Provided with aluminized scavenger pans under the gas 
burners. 

The top on the range, when used for manufactured gas is provided with two key-plates over the coal section, and two 
gratings over the gas section. For natural gas, the entire top is covered with four key-plates; the two used over 
the gas section have sectional covers composed of a ring cover with a small center cover. We also supply the 
natural gas top with two extra spiders that fit the gas holes for ironing, etc. 

Oven — Strictly square, high and roomy, with substantial and ornamental oven rack. The oven door panel is porcelain 
enameled. Oven door is provided with a wood handle and spring for ease in operation. 
The entire inside of oven is aluminized. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy cast linings, fire box extension for long lengths wood. National duplex grate for coal or wood. 
Fitted with our wonderful porcupine fire back which is guaranteed foi' twenty-five years. 

Damper — Sliding direct draft damper operates on top of range; it can be regulated open or shut to required draft. A 
slide damper is provided between the coal and gas section which should be opened when using the broiler or natural 

Broiler — The broiler section is fitted with a powerful loop l>urner, i)orcelain enameled l)roiler })an tmd tinned wii'e rack. 

This broiler can not be fitted to range which is sent out without the l)roiler attached, since the gas \)'i]w connec^tions 

are made up special where broiler is used. 
Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe front water coil, or two-pipe water back coil and water 'M/' front. Our system 

heats most water and does not interfere with the baking. 
High Closet — This is our latest creation of drop door closet with porcelain enameled door panel and splash guard. 

Th's design provides a flat shelf the entire width of the closet instead of the usual drop shelves. On the left end 

of closet there is a nickeled match safe, a convenience for the user. 
Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings^ Oven door, fire door, ash door, name plate, legs and three skirtings, front top 

edge, gas manifold, shaker and cover lifter, closet ends, balustrade ends, pipe damper and iratch safe on high 

closet. 

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National stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 




Combination National 

Cast Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

With Key Plates, Covers and Centers Polished 



Detail 





Holes 


Holes 




Top 


Number 


Coal 


Gas 


Oven 


Surface 


8185 


Four 8-inch 


4 


18x18x123^ 


28x44 


8186 


Four 8-inch 


4 


18x18x121^ 


28x44 



Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet 

Square Broiler Square Broiler 

530 560 590 620 



540 



570 



600 



630 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



Number 
8185 



Square and 
Balustrade 



Code 
Word 

Cirrous 



For Manufactured Gas with Spider Top 



Broiler and 
Balustrade 



Code Square and 

Word High Closet 

Citadel $ Cistern 



Code 
Word 



Broiler and 
High Closet 



Code 
Word 

Citation 



Number 
8186 



Square and 
Balustrade 



Code 
Word 

Citatory 



For Natural Gas with Keyplate Top and Covers 

Broiler and Code Square and Code 

Balustrade Word High Closet Word 

$ Citric $ Citizen 



Broiler and 
High Closet 



Code 
Word 

Citrine 



Cast Water "L" Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 extra 

Cast Water '*L" Front separate from Range, Fig, 29 .extra 

Water Front Coil fitted in Range, Fig. 23 extra 

Water Front Coil separate from Range, Fig. 23 extra 

2-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range - extra 

If wanted without Balustrade deduct 



Code Wode 
Wordy 
Work 
Wily 
Wince 
Wattle 
Writhe 
Wild 



only. 



Water Heaters described on Page 1 1 . 

Balustrade described on Page 21. 

Note— The Natural Gas Range may be used for either gas; the manufactured Gas Range uses manufactured Gas 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[55] 




Excddor Stove S-Manufaclurw^Coinpaipr 




Cast Range 
Regular Iron Finish 



Comfort National 



For Hard Coal, Soft Cotfl, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



SERIES E 
Square with High Closet : 

Description, Pages 62-63 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[ 56 ] 



National StcfVGS,R§D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Range 
Regular Iron Finish 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



SERIES E 
With Broiler and High Closet 

Description, Pages 62-63 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

[57] 




Excdsior Stofve S-Manufacturin^Compaipr 




Cast Range 
Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft CoaPj Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



SERIES F 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 62>63 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 



[58] 



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Cast Range 
Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



SERIES F 
With Broiler and High Closet 

Description, Pages 62-63 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[59] 



I 




Excddor Stove S-Manufactura^Compaijy 




Cast Range 
Gray Porcelain Enameled 



\^1 



For Hard Coal, Soft Cotfl, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



SERIES G 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 62-63 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[60] 



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Cast Range 
Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



SERIES G 
With Broiler and High Closet 

Dttscription, Pages 62-63 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[61 



llpl 



Excelsior Stove S-Manufaclurin^Compaipr 






Comfort National 



E. F. G. SERIES 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

Construction— This All-Cast Range is complete for any kind of solid fuel, in addition to Manufactured or Natural Gas. 
It is provided with four cooking holes for coal and four cooking holes for gas, with a gas simmering burner. ^ 
All holes are provided with regular stove covers. When cooking with gas, remove the cover and set the cooking 
vessel over the hole, the surplus heat will travel under the gas section of the top instead of escaping, thereby 
forming a hot-plate for heating additional vessels. We include with each Range two single spider covers for use 
of small vessels on gas flame. Scavenger pans under the top burners insures cleanliness. 

Oven— The oven is perfectly square, it has no obstructed corners, no baffle plate or burners to remove, no changes to 
make to use either coal or gas. The gas may be used in the oven while coal fire is used. The coal flues are under 
the oven the gas burner is located below the coal flue. Heat from the gas burner enters the oven, at both front 
and back (the same as a regular gas stove). The gas heat is circulated in the oven and discharged into the smoke 
flue of Range after passing through the vent opening in the rear of oven. Inside of oven aluminized. 
When baking with gas, use the oven shelf placed at the lowest position. For coal use the oven bottom same as 
anv other coal Range. To light oven gas burner hold lighted match at small hole in the right front end of bottom 
oven-plate— the burner will light automatically at both back and front. Mica in lower right-hand corner of 
Range makes the oven burner visible while burning. 

Oven Operation— The gas burner for the oven is operated with the ''Handle Bar'^ located at the right end of Range. 
This bar automatically locks the oven burner in a closed position and also closes off the vent opening in the rear 
of oven. To light oven burner, lift the bar and pull it forward, then apply match at '' lighter-hole" in oven bottom 
which will Kght the gas burner at both ends. .,.,.. r i • • ^i. 

The oven door must be opened to gain access to the lighter which avoids the possibility of gas explosion in the oven. 

Gas— Manufactured or Natural Gas may be used without any changes except the adjustable orifices, which require 
regulating to suit the gas pressure. 

While we test every range before shipping, the variations in gas pressure due to location; requires that every 
Range must be regulated when installed, both as to gas supply and the air supply entering the air mixers at the 
end of each burner. 

Flues— The coal flues are made on the two-flue system, which positions the coal holes and the gas holes in ^'L" shape; 
this arrangement locates three gas burners and the simmering burner directly m front of the operator, and avoids 
the necessity of reaching over the gas flame, as required on Ranges where the burners are placed in rectangular 
position. It has a cast elbow on back flue for the smoke pipe in rear of closet; this elbow fastens on with a lurn 
latch; it is detachable to allow the range to pass through an ordinary door opening. 

Fire Box— Heavy cast linings, fire box extension for long lengths of wood. National Duplex Grate for coal or wood. 
Fitted with our wonderful porcupine fire back, which is guaranteed for 25 years. 

Dampers— Gliding direct draft damper operates on top of range; it can be regulated open or shut to required draft. A 
sliding damper is provided between the coal and gas sections, which should be opened when using the broiler 
or Natural Gas. This sliding damper, which operates by a ''Ring Pull" near the gas manifold may also be 
used as a check damper for coal fires. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the splasher back. 

Broiler— The Broiler section is fitted with a powerful loop burner porcelain enameled broiler pan and tinned wire rack. 
This broiler cannot be fitted to range which is sent out without the broiler attachment, since the gas pipe con- 
nections are made up special where broiler is used. 

Water Heater— Arranged for two-pipe water back coil, or water ''L" front. Our system heats most water and does 
not interfere with the baking. 

Nickel Parts— Oven door, fire door, ash door, draft door, hinge pocket, left oven door hinge, gas manifold, two legs, 
one long base strip, high closet brackets, front drop doors, balustrade corners, check damper and knobs. 

Porcelain Enamel Parts— E Series, Oven door panel, high closet door panels and splasher back. 

F. and G. Series. Main bottom, front, left end, right end, broiler front, door and back, two legs, one long base 
strip, two short base strips, scavenger pans, oven door panel. High closet door panels, ends, balustrade, top, 
splasher back; the closet bottom is glazed enamel. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[62] 



National Stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 



) 





Oven Construction 
Comfort National Range 

(See opposite page for description) 

Comfort National 

Cast Range With Polished Top 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 



11 



Number 
8618 



Holes Coal 

Four 8 in. 



Holes Gas 
Four 8 inch 



Detail 

Oven 

17x18x111^ 



Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet 

Top Surface Square Broiler Square Broiler 

26x42 465 485 540 560 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 



Number Style 

861 8E Regular Iron Finish 

861 8F Blue Enameled 

861 8G Gray Enameled 



Square 



Code Word 

Coating 
Coaxer 

Cobalt 



With Broiler 
$ 



Code Word 
Cobbler 
Cobweb 
Corkade 



Number Style 

861 8E Regular Iron Finish 

8618F Blue Enameled 

861 8G Gray Enameled 



With High Closet 

Square Code Word 

$ Cocket 

Cockle 

Cockney 



With Broiler 
$ 



Cast Water '^L" Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water "L" Front Separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

High Closet for Style E ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet for Style F or G ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

Water Heaters described on Page 1 1 . 

Balustrade described on Page 21. 



Code Word 

Cockpit 
Cocklift 

Cockswain 



Code Word 

Wordy 

Work 

Wattle 

Writhe 

Windage 

Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



[63] 




Excdaor Stove S-Manufacturin^Comparpr 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Ct>al, Wood, 
Manufactured and Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



PLAIN SERIES 
WITH HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 6S-67 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[64] 



National Steves, R^^es and Furnaces 





Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Wood, 
Manufactured and Natural Gas 



Comfort National 



PLAIN SERIES 
WITH HIGH CLOSET AND BROILER 

Description, Pages €6-67 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[65] 




Excelsior Stove &Maiiufacturii)^CoinpaTpr 



Comfort National 



PLAIN SERIES 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 

Construction — This All-Cast Range is complete for any kind of solid fuel, in addition to Manufactured or Natural 
Gas. It is provided with four cooking holes for coal and four cooking holes for gas, with a gas simmering burner. 
All holes are provided with regular stove covers. When cooking with gas, remove the cover and set the 
cooking vessel over the hole, the surplus heat will travel under the gas section of the top instead of escaping, 
thereby forming a hot-plate for heating additional vessels. We include with each Range two single spider covers 
for use of small vessels on gas flame. Scavenger pans under the top burners insures cleanliness. 

Oven — The oven is perfectly square, it has no obstructed corners, no baffle plate or burners to remove, no changes 
to make to use either coal or gas. The gas may be used in the oven while coal fire is used. The coal flues are 
under the oven, the gas burner is located below the coal flue. Heat from the gas burner enters the oven at both 
front and back (the same as a regular gas stove). The gas heat is circulated in the oven and discharged into the 
smoke flue of Range after passing through the vent opening in the rear of oven. 

When baking with gas, use the oven shelf placed at the lowest position. For coal use the oven bottom same 
as any other coal Range. To light oven gas burner hold lighted match at small hole m the right front end of 
• bottom oven-plate — the burner will light automatically at both back and front. 

Mica in lower right-hand corner of Range makes the oven burner visible while burning. 

Oven Operation — The gas burner for the oven is operated with the '* Handle Bar" located at the right end of Range. 
This bar automaticaUy locks the oven burner in a closed position and also closes off the vent opening in the rear 
of oven. To light the oven burners, lift the bar and pull it forward, then apply the match at the ''lighterhole 
in the oven bottom which wiU light the gas burner at both ends. 

The oven door must be opened to gain access to the lighter which avoids the possibihty of gas explosion 
in the oven. 
Gas — Manufactured or Natural Gas may be used without any changes except the adjustable orifices, which require 
regulating to suit the gas pressure. ^ , , . i .- • ^u x 

While we test every range before shipping, the variations m gas pressure due to location, requires that every 
Range must be regulated when installed, both as to gas supply and the air supply entering the air mixers at the 
end of each burner. 

Flues — The coal flues are made on the two-flue system, which positions the coal holes and the gas holes in "L'' shape. 
This arrangement locates three gas burners and the simmering burner directly in front of the operator, and avoids 
the necessity of reaching over the gas flame, as required on Ranges where the burners are placed in rectangular 
position. 

Fire Box — Heavy cast linings, fire box extension for long lengths of wood. National Duplex Grate for coal or wood. 
Fitted with our wonderful porcupine fire back, which is guaranteed for twenty-five years. 

Damper — Sliding direct draft damper operates on top of range; it can be regulated open or shut to required draft. 
A sliding damper is provided between the coal and gas sections, which should be opened when using the broiler 
or Natural Gas. This sliding damper which operates by a ''Ring Pull" near the gas manifold may also be used 
as a check damper for coal fires. 

Broiler — The Broiler section is fitted with a powerful loop burner porcelain enameled broiler pan and tinned w;ire 
rack. This broiler cannot be fitted to range which is sent out without the broiler attachment, since the gas pipe 

connections are made up special where broiler is used. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water back coil, or water "L" front. Our system heats most water and does 
not interfere with the baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel, highly nickel trimmed, and furnished with our patent regulating pipe 
damper, which controls the fire perfectly. 

Trimmings — Porcelain enameled oven door panel, nickeled manifold and brackets, knob, key, wood oven door handle, 
mica gas burner vision. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[66] 



Natioiial stoves, R§m^es and Furnaces 








Oven Construction 
Comfort National Range 

(See opposite page for description) 

Comfort National 

PLAIN SERIES 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke, Wood, Manufactured or Natural Gas 



Number 
818P 



Holes Coal 
Four 8 inch 



Holes Gas 

Four 8 inch 



Detail 



Size 
Oven 



17x18x113^ 



Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet 

Top Surface Square Broiler Square Broiler 

26x42 465 485 515 535 



Prices 

(See net price list.) 



Number 
818P 



Square and 
Balustrade 



Code 
Word 

Clew 



Broiler and 
Balustrade 



Code 
Word 

Cliff 



Square and 
High Closet 

$ Client 



Code 
Word 



Broiler and 
High Closet 

$...... Climate 



Code 
Word 



Cast Water *'L" Front fitted in Range Fig. 29 Extra $ 

Cast Water *'L" Front Separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra ..... 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

If wanted with 2 Nickel Legs and Nickel Front Base Strip. Extra 

If wanted with Nickel Oven door, fire door and ash door Extra 

If wanted with Enamel Splasher Back on High closet Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct ...... 

Water Heaters described on Page IL 

Balustrade described on Page 21. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



Code Word 

Wordy 

Work 

Wattle 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wroth 

Wrung 

Wry 

Wild 



[67] 




Excdsior Stove S-Manufaclura^Compaipr 





Cast Range, Regular Iron Finish 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERIES E 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 74-75 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE SEE PAGE 101 

168) 



National stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 





Cast Range, Regular Iron Finish 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERIES E 

With Reservoir and High Closet 

Description, Pages 74-75 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[69] 




Excdsior Stove S-ManufacturiD^Compaipr 




Cast Range, Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERIES F 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 74-75 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[70] 



National Steves, Ranges and Furnaces 




Cast Range, Blue Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERI ES F 
With Reservoir and High Closet 

Description, pages 74-75 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[71 




Excddor Stove &Maiiufacluriii^Coinpaipr 




Cast Range, Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERIES G 
Square with High Closet 

Description, Pages 74-75 

FITTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL PORCUPINE FIRE BACK 

[ 72 ] 



/ 



National StcA^cs,I?|m^es and Furnaces 





Cast Range, Gray Porcelain Enameled 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newart National 



SERIES G 
With Reservoir and High Closet 

Description, Pages 74-75 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

[73] 




Excelsior Stove frMaiiufacturiii^Coinpaipr 



Newart National 

Cast Range E, F and G Series 

with Polished Top 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — This is a high grade, plain design, all cast iron range. 

The National system of mounting is used on these ranges consisting of lugs and bolts instead of rods. This system 
allows free expansion and contraction, thereby preventing the habihty of cracking. Two flue system equahzes 
the heat to all parts of the oven. All flues are extra large, adaptable to the use of soft coal or wood. 
The top is full width and provided with a loose cast elbow back of the high closet. This elbow is self-fastening and 
removable, so that it does not interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening. The top is cut 
into four sections and provided with heavy ribbed covers and centers, sheet steel ash pan, cast iron leg base. 
One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

Oven — The entire inside of the oven is aluminized. Fitted with non-breakable wire oven rack. The top plate is con- 
vexed making it strong. All oven plates are provided with flanges on all edges to protect against fire cracking. 
Oven door is supported with a ventilated spring that carries the door open and shut, making it easy to operate. 
Wood oven door handle. 

Fire Box — Oval fire box with heavy sectional cast iron Hnings, fitted with duplex grate for coal; same grate reversed 
makes a perfect wood grate. 

The fire back is our National porcupine construction that insures quick baking and is guaranteed for twenty- 
five years. 

Reservoir — This is made of copper tinned inside. It heats the water by contact to the back of range. Therefore 
this system of reservoir cannot interfere with the baking of the oven. The contact reservoir is made portable, 
easily attached to square top range. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body, and 
is sufficiently strong so that the range may be carried by the reservoir. Capacity: 8618 is 8 gallons; 8620, 9620 
is 9 gallons. 

Dampers — Pull-up damper operates through the front of range. It is made adjustable and can be removed without 
taking range apart. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the splasher back. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two pipe water back coil or a cast water ^' L" front. Our system heats most water and 
does not interfere with the baking. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door, fire door, ash door, front draft door, spring pocket, tewel bar, keys 

and knobs, two legs, one long base strip, high closet brackets, doors, door frames, balustrade corners, pipe damper 

and knobs. 
Porcelain Enameled Parts — E Series^White Porcelain Enameled Oven Door Panel. Closet Door Panels and 

Splasher Back. 

F Series— Blue Porcelain Enameled. G Series — Gray Porcelain Enameled. 

Range front, left end, right end, two legs, one long base strip, two short base strips, name plate, reservoir front and 

back. 

White Porcelain Enameled— F and G Series— Oven door panel, high closet door panels, main back and balustrade, 
top, ends and splasher back. The closet bottom is glazed enamel. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[74] 



Natioiial staves. Rallies and Furnaces 




Newart National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 
With Polished Top 









Detail 














Shipping Weights 






' 


*Top Surface 


With Balustrade 


With High Closet 


Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


Square Reservoir 


Square Reservoir 


Square Reservoir 


8618 


Six 8 inch 


18x18x11 H 


25j^x37 251^x42 


330 390 


405 465 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


20x20x12 


27}^x40 273^x47 


345 405 


420 480 


9620 


Six 9 inch 


20x20x12 


271^x40 273^x47 


348 408 


423 483 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 



Number Style Square 

861 8E Regular Iron Finish $ 

8620E Regular Iron Finish 

9620E Regular Iron Finish 

8618F Blue Enameled 

8620F Blue Enameled 

9620F Blue Enameled 

8618G Gray Enameled 

8620G Gray Enameled 

9620G Gray Enameled 



Code Word 

Cocoa 

Cocoon 

Coction 

Coddle 

Codex 

Codger 

Codicil 

Codify 

Codifier 



Copper 
Reservoir 



With High Closet 



Number Style 

861 8E Regular Iron Finish 

8620E Regular Iron Finish 

9620E Regular Iron Finish 

861 8F Blue Enameled 

8620F Blu^ Enameled 

9620F Blue Enameled 

8618G Gray Enameled 

8620G Gray Enameled 

9620G Gray Enameled 



Square 
$ 



Code Word 

Cognate 

Cognition 

Cognizable 

Cognizant 

Cognomen 

Cohabit 

Coincide 

Coiner 

Cointense 



Copper 
Reservoir 



Cast Water "L" Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water ^'L" Front separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

2-Fipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Copper Reservoir for Style E, ordered separate from Range Extra 

Copper Reservoir for Style F or G, ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet for Style E, ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet for Style F or G, ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 

Water Heaters described on Page 11. 

Balustrade described on Page 21. 

For Gas attachment on Style E, see Page 101. 



Code Word 

Codist 

Coerce 

Coercion 

Coercive 

Cogency 

Cogent 

Cogitable 

Cogitate 

Cogitative 



Code Word 

Cohereny 

Cohesion 

Cohesive 

Cohort 

Coiffure 

Coinage 

Coldly 

Coldness 

Colewort 



Code Word 
. Wordy 
Work 
Wattle 
Weed 
Wimble 
Writhe 
Windage 
Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



■75] 




Excddor Stcfve S-Manufaclurin^CompaTpr 




Polished Top— Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Persian National 



SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 78-79 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE, SEE PAGE 101 

[ 76 ] 



National Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 





Polished Top — Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Persian National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Padres 78-79 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[77] 



P^^ Excdaor Stove &MaiKifaclurin^ Compaipr 



'UM' 



, 



1 



Persian National 

Cast Range 

With Polished Top 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A range of high class construction, made of all cast iron, with all the advantages of steel ranges. The 
design is plain and handsome, easily cleaned and kept clean, with enough nickel trimmings to produce a rich and 
pleasing effect. These ranges contain all our exclusive National features that save fuel and make quick cookers 
and fine bakers. Mounted with bolts throughout, which allows free expansion and contraction of all parts, and 
prevents fire cracking of oven plates. Large sheet steel ash pan, cut long centers, heavy covers, substantial 
center rest, top cut in four sections, sheet flue system with extra large flues, end pouch feed suitable for either 
coal or wood, spring balanced oven door. One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

We direct your special attention to the base-raising feature, a convenience when sweeping under the range. 

Oven — Large, square, high and roomy. All oven plates are reinforced to prevent cracking. Oven rack is wire and 
non-breakable. Oven door is supported with ventilated spring that carries the door shut and open for ease in 
operation. Porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy and reinforced cast iron linings with the National duplex grate for coal, same grate reversed for 
wood. This grate is adapted for either hard coal or soft coal. Porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years) . 

Damper — Plunger damper for direct draft operates on outside o f the body and can never warp. This is the onl\' 
damper required, whether used with or without reservoir. 

Reservoir — Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i. e., the entire front of the reservoir lays close against 
the back of the range and absorbs the heat continually. There is no opening into the range back and requires no 
reservoir damper, therefore this system can not interfere with perfect baking. Has cast ends, cast top and 
japanned cover. The back of boiler is covered with an extra sheet of blue steel. Can be attached to square top 
range by removing the back shelf only. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted iio the body 
permanently and is sufficiently strong so that the range may be carried by the reservoir. Reservoir capacity : 
8618-9618 is 10 gallons; 8620-9620 is 11 gallons. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water front coil, two-pipe water back coil, cast water ''L" front. Our system 
heats most water and does not interfere with baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel, highly nickel trimmed, with porcelain enameled door and splasher furnished 
with our patent regulating pipe damper, which controls the fire perfectly. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings ~ Oven door and handle, name plate, fire door and ash door, hinge pocket, reservoir 
panel, legs and three base strips, towel bar, shaker, cover lifter, closet ends, balustrade ends and match box on 
high closet. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

f 78 1 



National stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 



Persian National 




Cast Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

With Polished Top. 







Detail 






















Shipping Weights 








*Top Surface 


With Balustrade 


With Hleh Closet 


Number Holes 


Ovens 


Square 


Reservoir 


Square ] 


Eleservoir 


Square 


Reservoir 


8618 Six 8-inch 


18x19x1 IM 


29x37 


29x44 


367 


438 


427 


498 


9618 Four 9, Two 6 


18x19x11 M 


29x37 


29x44 


370 


441 


430 


500 


8620 Six S.inch 


20x21x123^ 


31x39 


31x46 


407 


481 


467 


540 


9620 Four 9, Two 8 


20x21xl2>^ 


31x39 


31x46 


410 


484 


470 


543 






Prices 
















(See net price 


list) 












With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 












Code 




Copper 


Code 






Number 


Square 


Word 




Reservoir 


Word 






8618 


$ 


Cives 




$ 


Claim 






9618 





Civic 






Clammy 




8620 





Civility 







Clamor 






9620 




Civilize 







Clamp 










With High Closet 














Code 




Copper 


Code 






Number 


Square 


Word 




Reservoir 


Word 






8618 


$..... 


Clannish 




$ 


Clarion 






9618 




Clanship 






Clashing 




8620 




Clap 






Clasper 




, 


9620 




Claret 






Classify 




















Code Word 


Cast Water ''L" Front fitted in 


Range, Fig. 29.. 






extra 


$ 




Wordy 


Cast Water ''L" Front separate from Range, Fig 


29 




extra 








Work 


Water Front Coil fitted in Range, Fig. 23 






extra 








Wily 


Water Front Coil separate from Range, Fig. 23 . . 






extra 








Wince 


2-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 








extra 








Wattle 


Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range . . 






extra 








Weed 


High Closet ordered separate from Range ... 






extra 








Writhe 


If wanted with Plain Legs and Base instead of Nickel . 




deduct 








Wrath 


If wanted with Plain Top instead of Polished .... 






deduct 








Wreck 


If wanted without Balustrade . . 








deduct 








Wild 



*Top surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heater described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas attachment see page 101. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[79] 



I 




Exceldor Stove &Mant2facturiiigO)inpaxpr 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Gibson National 



SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages S2-8a 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE, SEE PAGE 101 

[801 



National stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 



J 





y 



Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Gibson National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 82-83 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

[81] 




Excelsior Stove &Maiixifacturiii^G>inpa5)r 



Gibson National 

Cast Range 

For Hard CoaU Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A range of high class construction, made of all cast iron, with all advantages of steel ranges. The 
design is plain and handsome, easily cleaned and kept clean. Elaborately nickel trimmed. These ranges contain 
all our exclusive National features that save fuel and make quick cookers and fine bakers. The top is full width 
and provided with detachable cast elbow back of the high close t, this elbow is fastened with turn latch and re- 
movable, so that it does not interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening. Mounted with 
bolts throughout, which allows free expansion and contraction of all parts, and prevents fire cracking oven plates. 
Large sheet steel ash pan, cut long centers, heavy covers, substantial center rest, top cut in four sections, sheet 
flue system with extra large flues, end pouch feed suitable for either coal or wood, spring balanced oven door. 
One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

We direct your special attention to the base-raising feature, a convenience when sweeping under the rang(\ 

Oven — Large, square, high and roomy, with all oven plates reinforced to prevent cracking. Oven rack is wire and non- 
breakable. Oven doors lined with sheet steel. Porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy and reinforced cast iron linings with the National duplex grate for coal, same grate reversed 
for wood. This grate is adapted for either hard coal or soft coal. Porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five 

years). 

Dampers — Plunger damper for direct draft operates on outside of the body and can never warp. This is the only damper 
required, whether used with or without reservoir. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the splasher back. 

Reservoir ~ Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i.e., the entire front of the reservoir lies close against 
the back of the range and absorbs the heat continually. There is no opening into the range back and requires no 
reservoir damper, therefore this system cannot interfere with perfect baking. Has cast ends, cast top and japanned 
cover. The back of boiler is covered with an extra sheet of blue steel. Can be attached to square top range by 
removing the back shelf only. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently, 
and is sufficiently strong so that the range may be carried by the reservoir. 
Reservoir capacity; 8618 is 10 gallons; 8620-9620 is 11 gallons. 

Thermometer — Furnished with all sizes. Measures heat just as a clock measures time. It avoids bad luck when 
baking. 

It I Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water front coil, two-pipe water back coil or cast water ** L " front. Our system 

heats most water and does not interfere with baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel with porcelain Enameled Splasher Back and door panels. Nickeled closet 
front, door frames, brackets, pipe damper and Balustrade Corners, 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Legs and 3 base strips, oven door and handle, fire door, ash door, panel on reser- 
voir, towel bar, name plate, shaker and cover lifter. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[82] 



National stoves, I^aD^es and Furnaces 




Gibson National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 







' 


Detail 
























Shipping Weights 










*Top Surface 


With Balustrade 


With Hieh Closet 


Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


Square 


Reservoir 


Square 


Reservoir 


Square 


Reservoir 


8618 


Six 8-inch 


18x19x11^ 


29x37 


29x44 


371 


442 


431 


503 


8620 


Six 8-inch 


20x21x123^ 


31x39 


31x46 


413 


487 


473 


533 


9620 


Four 9, Two 8 


20x21x121^ 


31x39 


31x46 


416 


490 


476 


536 








Prices 


















(See net price 


list) 














With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 














Code 




Copper 


Code 








Number 


Square 


Word 




Reservoir 


Word 








8618 


$ 


Chyle 




$ 


Cimmerian 






8620 




Cicatrize 






Cincture 








9620 




Ciliary 






Cinerary 












With High Closet 
















Code 




Copper 


Code 








Number 


Square 


Word 




Reservoir 


Word 








8618 


$ 


Cinnamon 




$ 


Circlet 








8620 




Cypher 






Circular 








9620 




Cirean 






Circulate 







Cast Water '*L'* Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 . . .extra 

Cast Water "L" Front separate from Range, Fig. 29 extra 

Water Front Coil fitted in Range, Fig. 23 extra 

Water Front Coil separate from Range, Fig. 23 extra 

2-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range, extra 

High closet ordered separate from Range extra 

If wanted with Polished Top extra 

Jf wanted without Balustrade deduct 

*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 1 1 . 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas Attachment, See Page 101. 



Code Word 

Wordy 

Work 

Wily 

Wince 

Wattle 

Weed 

Writhe 

Writer 

Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

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■Mii^HI 




Pml^^ 




Excd^or Stove S-MamrfacturiD^Cowpaipr 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Gothic National 



SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 86-87 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RAN^GE SEE PAGE 101 

[84] 



National Stoves, R^^es and Furnaces 



J 





Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Gothic National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 86-87 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

[85] 




Excelior Stove S-Maiiufacturiii^Conrpaipr 



1 1 



Gothic National 

Cast Range 



! 1:1! ! 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction - A range of high class construction, made of all cast iron, with aU advantages of steel ranges. The 
design is plain and handsome, easily cleaned and kept clean. These ranges contain all our exclusive National 
features that save fuel and make quick cookers and fine bakers. The t«p is full width and provided with De- 
tachable cast elbow back of high closet. This elbow is fastened with turn latch and removable so that it does not 
interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening. Mounted with bolts throughout, which 
allows free expansion and contraction of all parts, and prevents fire cracking of the oven plates. Large sheet 
steel ash pan, cut long centers, heavy covers, substantial center rest, top cut in four sections, sheet flue system 
with extra large flues, end pouch feed suitable for either coal or wood, spring balanced oven door. One simmering 
cover furnished with each range. 

W e direct your special attention to the base-raising feature, a convenience when sweeping under the range 

Oven - Large, square, high and roomy, with all oven plates reinforced to prevent cracking. Oven rack is wire and non- 
breakable. Oven doors lined with sheet steel. Porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box - Extra heavy and reinforced cast iron linings with the National duplex grate for coal, same grate reversed 
for wood. This grate is adapted for either hard coal or soft coal. Porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five 

years). 

Dampers - Plunger damper for direct draft operates on outside of the body and can never warp. This is the only 
damper required, whether used with or without reservoir. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the 
splasher back. 

Reservoir - Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i.e., the entire front of the reservoir lies close against 
the back of the range and absorbs the heat continually. There is no opening into the range back and reqmres 
no reservoir damper, therefore this system cannot interfere with perfect baking. Has cast ends, cast top and 
japanned cover The back of boiler is covered with an extra sheet of blue steel. Can be attached to square top 
range by removing the back shelf only. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body 
permanently, and is sufficiently strong so that the range may be carried by the reservoir. 
Reservoir capacity; 8618 is 10 gallons; 8620-9620 is 11 gallons. 

Water Heater - Arranged for two-pipe water front coil, cast Water "L" Front or two-pipe water back coil. Our 
system heats most water and does not interfere with baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel with porcelain enameled splasher back and door panels. The pipe damper 

controls the fire perfectly. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door and handle, towel bar, name plate, spring pocket, grate shaker, 
cover lifter, keys and knobs. Closet front, door frames, brackets, pipe damper, balustrade corners and knobs 
on high closet. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[86] 



National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 




Gothic National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Number 
8618 
8620 
9620 



• Holes 
Six 8 inch 
Six 8 inch 
Four 9, Two i 



Ovens 

18x19x113^ 
20x21x121^ 
20x21x123^ 



Detail 

*Top Surface 
Square Reservoir 

29x37 29x44 
31x39 31x46 
31x39 31x46 



With Balustrade 
Square Reservoir 

371 442 

413 487 
416 490 



Shipping Weights 



With High Closet 
Square Reservoir 



431 
473 

476 



503 
533 
536 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



Number 
8618 
8620 
9620 



With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 

Code Copper 

Square Word Reservoir 

$ Colicy $ 

'. Collapse 

Collator 



Number 
8618 
8620 
9620 



Square 



With High Closet 

Code 
Word 

Collegian 

Collide 

Collier 



Copper 
Reservoir 



Cast Water *'L'' Front fitted, in Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water "h" Front separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Water Front Coil fitted in Range, Fig. 23 Extra 

Water Front Coil separate from Range, Fig, 23 Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas Attachment see page 101. 



Code 
Word 

Collation 

Collected 

Collective 



Code 
Word 

Colligate 

Collocate 
Colloid 



Code Word 
Wordy 
Work 
Wily 
Wince 
Wattle 
Weed 
Writhe 
Writer 
Wild 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



[87] 




Excdaor Stove S-Memufecturiji^Coinpaipr 




Cast Range 



For'^Hard Coal, Soft Coaror Wood 



Newport National 



SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 90-91 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE SEE PAGE 101 

[88] 



National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 



J 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Newport National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 90 91 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

[89] 



NNATIONAL/ 



^Klf:m^m 



' » ^^4!:ii^ "Isiiif!^!^ 



Excelsior Stove &Maiiufacturiii^CoinpaTpr 



Newport National 



Cast Range 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — This is a high grade, plain design, all cast iron range. The National system of mounting is used on 
these ranges consisting of lugs and bolts instead of rods, this system allows free expansion and contraction, thereby 
preventing the liability of cracking. Flue system same as our Nubian National (see illustration Page 98). All 
flues are extra large, adaptable to the use of soft coal or wood. 

The top is full width and provided with a detachable cast elbow back of the high closet, this elbow is self-fastening 
and removable, so that it does not interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening. 
The top is cut into four sections and provided with heavy ribbed covers and centers, sheet steel ash pan, stee 
leg base. One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

Oven — Square shaped oven. Fitted with non-breakable wire oven rack. The top plate is convexed making it strong. 
All oven plates are provided with flanges on all edges to protect against fire cracking. 

Oven door is supported with a ventilated spring that carries the door open and shut, making it easy to operate . 
Wood oven door handle. 

Fire Box — Oval fire box with heavy sectional cast iron linings, fitted with duplex grate for coal; same grate reversed 
makes a perfect wood grate. 

The fire back is our National porcupine construction that insures quick baking and is guaranteed for twenty- 
five years. 

Reservoir — This is made of Galvanized Iron or of Copper tinned inside. It heats the water by contact to the back of 
range; therefore this system of reservoir cannot interfere with the baking of the oven. The contact reservoir is 
made portable, easily attached to square top range. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted 
to the body, and is sufficiently strong so that the range may be carried by the reservoir. Capacity: 8618 is 8 
gallons; 8620, 9620 is 9 gallons. 

Dampers — Pull-up damper operates through the front of range, it is made adjustable and can be removed without 
taking range apart. Check damper in smoke pipe operates through the splasher back. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two pipe water back coil or a cast water ''L" front. Our system heats most water and 
does not interfere with the baking. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door, towel bar, keys and knobs, high closet brackets, balustrade comers, 
pipe damper and knobs. 

White Porcelain Enameled — Oven door panel, high closet door panels. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[ 90 ] 



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National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 



Newport National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 










Detail 








Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


*Top Surface 
Square 


Reservoir 


Shipping Weights 

With Balustrade With High Closet 

Square Reservoir Square Reservoir 


8618 


Six 8 inch 


18x18x11}^ 


253^x37 


25)^x42 


272 


337 


337 382 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


20x20x123^ 


27)^x40 


27}^x47 


310 


365 


365 420 


9620 


Six 9 inch 


20x20x12 H 


27J^x40 


271^x47 


313 


368 


368 423 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



Number 
8618 
8620 
9620 



With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 

Galvanized 
Square Code Word Reservoir Code Word 

$ Collude $ CoUusory 

Collusion Colonist 

...... Collusive Colonize 



Copper 
Reservoir 



Code Word 
Colony 

. Colorable 
Colorific 



Number 
8618 
8620 
9620 



Square 



Code Word 

Coloring 
Colorless 
Colossal 



With High Closet 



Galvanized 
Reservoir 



Code Word 

Colossus 

Coulter 

Colures 



Copper 
Reservoir 



Code Word 
Comate 
Comatose 
Combat 



Cast Water "L" Front fitted in Range. Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water '*L" Front separate from Range. Fig. 29 Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil. Fig. 26 • . Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate fitted to Range. Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate separate from Range Extra 

Cast Base strips instead of steel Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top • • ■ ■ Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 



Code Word 
Wordy 
Work 
Wattle 
Web 
Weed 
Worker 
Working 
Wrangle 
Writhe 
Writer 
Wild 



*Top surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas attachment, see page 101. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

1911 



i 




Excelsior Stove S-Maniifaclura^Compaipr 




Cast Range For Hard^ Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Notable National 

SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 94-95 y 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE, SEE PAGE 101 

[92] 



NationfiLl stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 





Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Notable National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 94-95 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 

193 1 




Excdaor Stove &Maiiufacturin^Coinpaipr 



Notable National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A first class cast iron range, modeled in colonial design, which is clean and easily kept clean. It is 
mounted without rods. The national system of mounting is used in these ranges, consist mg of lugs and bolts, 
which allows free expansion and contraction of all parts of the range and thoroughly prevents fire cracking of all 
castings. The top is full width and provided with a loose cast elbow back of the high closet; this elbow is self- 
fastening and removable, so that it does not interfere with the range passing through an ordinary door opening. 
Two flue system equalizes the heat to all parts of the oven. All flues are extra large, adaptable to the use of 
soft coal or wood. Top cut into four sections, heavy ribbed covers and centers, sheet steel ash pan. Mounted 
on cast iron base. One simmering cover furnished with each range. 

Oven — Large square shaped oven. Fitted with non-breakable wire oven rack. The top oven plate is convexed; making 
it extra strong. All oven plates are provided with flanges on all edges to protect against fire cracking. Oven 
door is supported with ventilated spring that carries the door shut and open for ease in operation. Wood oven 
door handle. Porcelain enameled oven door panel. 

Fire Box — Oval fire box with heavy sectional cast iron linings fitted with duplex grate for coal; same grate reversed 
makes a perfect wood grate. The fire back is our National porcupine construction that makes quick baking qual- 
ities and is guaranteed for twenty-five years. 

Reservoir — Is made of galvanized iron, or copper as desired. It heats the water by contact to the back of range. There 

is no extra damper required to heat the water nor does it connect to any opening in the range; therefore this 
system of reservoir can not possibly interfere with the baking of the oven. Reservoir covers are japanned and 
ornamented. The contact reservoir is made portable, easily attached to a square range. A special fastemng de- 
vice allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently, and is sufficiently strong that the range may be 
carried by the reservoir. Reservoir capacity 8618 is 8 gallons; 8620-9620 is 9 gallons. 

Thermometer — Furnished with all sizes. Measures heat just as a clock measures time. It avoids bad luck when 
baking. 

Dampers — Pull-up damper operates through front of ringe; the damper rod and blade is made adjustable to remove 
without taking range apart. Slide damper in front door. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water back coil and cast water "L^^ front, our system heats most water and 
does not interfere with the baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue poUshed steel, nickel trimmed with porcelain enameled door panels and furnished with 
a check damper, which operates through the splasher back. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door, towel bar, cover Ufter and shaker, keys and knob, brackets, pipe 
damper, and door knobs, also balustrade corners on high closet. 



THE FLUE SYSTEM OF THIS RANGE IS THE SAME AS OUR 

NUBIAN. PAGE 98 



(94 1 



NatiotieQ stoves, R§ii^es and Furnaces 




Notable National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 









Detail 






Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


*Top Surface 
Square Reservoir 


Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet . 
Square Reservoir Square Reservoir 


8618 


Six 8 inch. 


18x18x113^ 


253^x37 253^x42 


290 345 


345 400 


8620 


8ix 8 inch. 


20x20x12 


27^x40 27^x47 


328 383 


383 428 


9620 


Six 9 inch. 


20x20x12 


273^x40 273^x47 


331 386 


386 441 



Prices 

(See net price list) 



Number 

8618 
8620 
9620 



Square 
$ 



With Porcelain Enameled Balustrade 

Galvanized 
Code Word Reservoir Code Word 

Climb $ Clinic 

Clinch Cliave 

Cling Cloak 



Copper 
Reservoir 



Code Word 

Clod 

Cloggy 

Closely 



Number 
8518 
8620 
9620 



Square 
$ 



Code Word 

Closing 
Closure 
Clothe 



With High Closet 

Galvanized 
Reservoir 



Code Word 

Cloud 

Clough 

Clove 



Cast Water "L" Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water ''L'* Front separate from Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

Copper Reservoi ordered separate from Range Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate fitted to Range Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate separate from Range Extra 

2 Nicke Legs and Nickel Front Base Strip Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

White Enamel Splasher Plate on High Closet Extra 

Nickel Fire Door and Ash Door Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 



Copper 

Reservoir Code Word 

$ Clown 

Cloy 

Cluck 

Code Word 

$ Wordy 

Work 

Wattle 

Web 

Weed 

Worker 

Working 

Wroth 

...... Writhe 

Writer 

...... Worry 

Wrung 

Wild 



*Top Surface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas Attachment see page 101. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[95] 




Excdaor Stove £-Manufaclurin^CoinpaTpr 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Nubian National 



SQUARE WITH STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 98 99 

FOR GAS ATTACHMENT TO FIT THIS RANGE, SEE PAGE 101 

[96] 



National Stoves, R§D^es and Fiimaces 




Cast Range 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Nubian National 



WITH RESERVOIR AND STEEL HIGH CLOSET 

Description, Pages 98-99 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS RANGE LASTS FOREVER 



[97] 




Excelsior Stove S-Maiixifacturiii^Coinpagjr 



Nubian National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 




Sectional View 
Showing Heat Travel Under Covers 




Construction — A first class cast iron range, modeled in colonial de- 
sign, which is clean and easily kept clean. It is mounted without 
rods. The National system of mounting is used in these ranges, 
consisting of lugs and bolts, which allows free expansion and con- 
traction of all parts of the range and thoroughly prevents fire 
cracking of all castings. Two flue system equalizes the heat to 
all parts of the oven. All flues are extra large, adaptable to the 
use of soft coal or wood. Top cut into four sections, heavy ribbed 
covers and centers, sheet steel ash pan. Mounted on never- 
break steel base. One simmering cover furnished with each 
range. 

Oven — Large square shaped oven fitted with non-breakable wire oven 
rack. The top oven plate is convexed, making it extra strong. 
All oven plates are provided with flanges on all edges to protect 
against fire cracking. Oven door is supported with ventilated 
spring that carries the door shut and open for ease in operation 
Porcelain oven door panel and wood handle. 

Fire Box — Oval fire box with heavy sectional cast iron liQinge fitted 
with duplex grate for coal; same grate reversed makes a perfect 
wood grate. The fire back is our National porcupine con- 
struction that insures quick baking and is guaranteed for 
twenty-five years. 

Reservoir — Is made of galvanized iron, or copper as desired. It 
heats the water by contact to the back of range. There is no 
extra damper required to heat the water nor does it connect to 
any opening in the range; therefore this system of reservoir can 
not possibly interfere with the baking of the oven. Reservoir 
covers are japanned and ornamented. The contact reservoir 
is made portable, easily attached to a square range. A special 
fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body 
permanently, and is sufficiently strong that the range may be 
carried by the reservoir. Reservoir capacity 86 18 is 8 gal Ions; 
8620-9620 is 9 gallons. 

Dampers— Pull-up damper operates through front of range; the dam- 
per rod and blade is made adjustable to remove without taking 
range apart. Slide damper in front door. * 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water back coil and cast water 
"L" front, our sjflstem heats most water and does not interfere 
with the baking. 

High Closet — Made of blue polished steel, highly nickel trimmed, and 
furnished with our patent regulating pipe damper, which con- 
trols the fire perfectly. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Towel bar, cover lifter and 
shaker, and all edges, brackets, jambs, teapot shelves, pipe 
damper, closet panel and handle, also balustrade corners on high 
closet. 



Sectional View 
Showing Heat Travel Under Oven 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 



98] 



National stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 




f*fi5*^^^ 



M^ 



Nubian National 

Cast Range 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 





- 




Detail 








Number 


Holes 


Ovens ' 


*Top Surface 
Square Reserve 


Shipping Weights 
With Balustrade With High Closet 
r Square Reservoir Square Reservoir 


861S 


Six 8 inch 


18x18x11^ 


251^x37 253^x42 280 


335 335 


390 


8620 


Six 8 inch 


20x20x12 


273^x40 273^x47 318 


373 373 


428 


9620 


Six 9 inch 


20x20x12 


271^x40 273^x47 321 


376 376 


431 I 

i 








Prices 






.1 

\ 








(See net price list) 






I 






With Porcelain Enameled B 


alustrade 






Number 


Square 


Code Word 


Galvanized 
Reservoir 


Code Word 


Copper 
Reservoir 


Code Word 


8618 


$ 


Clatter 


$ 


Claviary 


$ 


Claw 


8620 




Clause 




Clavicel 




Clean I 


9620 




Clavated 




Clavier 




Clearer ;; 








With High Closet 






I 


Number 


Square 


Code Word 


Galvanized 
Reservoir 


Code Word 


Copper 
Reservoir 


Code Word 


8618 


$ 


Clearing 


$ 


Cleavable 


$ 


Clematis 


8620 




Clerly 




Cleavage 




Clemency 


9620 




(Clearness 




Cleaver 




Clever ^ 



Cast Water *'L" Front fitted in Range, Fig. 29 Extra 

Cast Water "L'^ Front separate from Range, Fig. 29. . Extra 

2 Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Range Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate fitted to Range Extra 

No. 4 Gas Hot Plate separate from Range Extra 

Cast Base Strips instead of Steel. Extra 

High Closet ordered separate from Range Extra 

If wanted with Polished Top Extra 

White Enamel Splasher Plate on High Closet Extra 

Nickel Oven Door, Fire Door and Ash Door Extra 

If wanted without Balustrade Deduct 

*Top Siurface measurements include Back top shelf on Square Ranges. 
Water Heaters described on Page 11. 
Balustrade described on Page 21. 
For Gas attachment see Page 101. ^ 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



Code Word 

Wordy 

Work 

Wattle 

Web 

Weed 

Worker 

Working 

Wrangle 

Writhe 

Writer 

Worry 

Wrung 

Wild 



[09] 




Excdsior Stove S-Manufactarin^Compaipr 




Blue Steel 




S. U. Camp Stoves 




For Wood Only 


Number Holes 

2 2 
4 4 


Ovens 

10x10 
10xl5>^ 


Top Height Weight 

12x23 12 20 
16x23 12 25 


Price 


Code 

Word 

Latent 

Lateral 



Price includes 6-foot telescope pipe. 

SHIPPED SET UP AND CRATED ONE IN A CRATE 




Blue Steel 




K. D. Camp Stove 




For Wood Only 


Number Holes 
22 2 
44 4 


Ovens 

10x10 
10xl5j^ 


Top Height Body Weight 

12x23 12 27 
16x23 12 32 


Price 
$ 


Code 
Word 

Lava 
Laver 



Price includes 6-foot telescope pipe. . ,.,.,. ,ir i,- ^ 

The illustration shows our Knock Down Camp Stove mounted upon the box m which it is packed tor shipment. 
Sliding damper over the oven makes it a perfect baker. Cast corners and cast legs, easily set up, saves space and 
freight. Edges are made of slotted steel tubing and slide over special folded ends, making strictly airtight and ash- 
proof joints. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[ 100 ] 



National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 



National Gas Hot Plate 



For Manufactured or Natural Gas 











Code 


umber 




Price 


Word 


4 


Fitted to Range 


$ 


Worker 


4 


Separate from Range 




Working 



Used on all sizes, Splendid, on 8618 size only Gibson, Gothic, Persian and 8618-8620 Nubian, Notable, Newport 
and Style E Newart Ranges. 

When ordering state name of range and size for which it is intended. 

These are made with three extra large star burners on top with loose spider sections. The entire line of burners may 
be removed for cleaning. Lever valves always indicate the amount of gas supplied. Galvanized scavenger pan 
removable through front. Size gas cooking top, 14x283/^ inches. 



National Gas Companion 



For Manufactured or Natural Gas 






' 




Code 


Number 




Price 


Word 


5 


Fitted to Range 


$ 


Workman 


5 


Separate from Range 




Workshop 



Used on all sizes Splendid Ranges. 

When ordering state Number of Range for which it is intended. 



No. 5 

Our Gas Companion consists of an attachable gas cooker and baker. It has three large star burners on top with 
loose spider sections. The entire line of burners may be removed for cleaning. Lever valves always indicate the amount 
of gas supplied. Galvanized oven top and scavenger pan removable through front. Size gas cooking top, 14x283^ inches. 
The oven is provided with a double burner and pilot lighter, visible through mica front. The oven bottom is double and 
removable, permitting free access to the burners for cleaning. Wire oven rack adjustable to any height in the oven space ; 
oven door thermometer. The entire oven is made of steel, thoroughly asbestos lined, with cast burner top and oven front. 
Size gas oven, 14 inches wide, 18 inches deep, 113^ inches high. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



[1011 




Excdaor Stove S-Mairafaclurin^GMnpairy 






'RATIONAL Cooking Stoves are 
"*■ ^ now in use in millions of American 
Homes— they have proven their worth 
in actual service. 

The wonderful Porcupine fire back 
guaranteed for twenty-five years gives 
the dealer a selling feature that means 
to the user, less fuel, quicker service, 
greater durability and satisfaction. 



[102] 




NATIONAL 

COOKING 

STOVES 




Grandpa, this is 
mj w^onderful 
National Stove 
It cooks and 
bakes quickly 
with little fuel. 



\ 



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Excddor Stove S-Manufacturin^Comparpr 



Roman National 

Cast Cook 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Construction — A stove of high-class construction, made of all cast iron. The design is plain and handsome, easily 
cleaned and kept clean, with enough nickel trimmings to produce a rich and pleasing effect. These stoves contain 
all our exclusive National features that save fuel and make quick cookers and fine bakers. Mounted with bolts 
throughout, which allows free expansion and contraction of all parts, and prevents fire cracking of oven plates. 
Large sheet steel ash pan, draw-out and drop hearth slide, cut long centers, heavy covers, substantial center 
rest, top cut in four sections, two-flue system with extra large flues. One simmering cover furnished with each 
stove. 

We direct your special attention to the base-raising feature, a convenience when sweeping under the stove. 

Oven — Large, square, high and roomy, with all oven plates reinforced to prevent cracking. Oven rack is wire and non- 
breakable. Oven doors aluminine lined. 

Fire Box — Extra heavy and reinforced cast iron linings with the National duplex grate for coal, same grate reversed for 
wood. This grate is adapted for either hard coal or soft coal. Porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years). 

Dantper — Rolling damper for direct draft. This is the only damper required, whether used with or without reservoir. 

Reservoir — Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i. e., the entire front of the reservoir lays close against 
the back of the stove and absorbs the heat continually. There is no opening into the stove back and requires no 
reservoir damper, therefore this system can not interfere with perfect baking. Has cast ends, cast top and japanned 
cover. The back of boiler is covered with an extra sheet of blue steel. Can be attached to square top stove by 
removing the back shelf only. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently 
and is sufficiently strong so that the stove may be carried by the reservoir. Reservoir capacity: 818 is 10 gaflons; 
820-920 is 11 gallons. 

Thermometer — Furnished with all sizes. Measures heat just as a clock measures time. It avoids bad luck when 
baking. 

Water Heater — Arranged for two-pipe water front coil. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door panel and handles, front door panel and handle, fire door panel, hearth 
edge, oven shelf edge, front top edge, ash guard, kicker, towel rod, shaker and cover lifter. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[104] 



National stoves, R^^es and Furnaces 




) 



Apollo National 



Cast Cook 

For Wood Only 

Construction — A stove of high-class construction, made of all cast iron. The design is plain and handsome easily 
cleaned and kept clean, with enough nickel trimmings to produce a rich and pleasing effect. These stoves contain 
all our exclusive National features that save fuel and make quick cookers and fine bakers. Mounted with bolts 
throughout, which allows free expansion and contraction of all parts, and prevent fire cracking of oven plates 
Large sheet steel ash pan, draw-out and drop hearth slide, cut long centers, heavy covers, substantial center rest 
top cut in four sections, two-flue system with extra large flues. One simmering cover furnished with each stove 
We direct your special attention to the base-raising feature, a convenience when sweeping under the stove. 

Oven — Large, square, high and roomy, with all oven plates reinforced to prevent cracking. Oven rack is wire and non- 
breakable. Oven doors aluminine lined. 



Fire Box — Is extra large, accommodating large size wood. Swinging fender, a convenience in removing ashes 
hearth, can never warp or leak ashes into oven. Porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years). 



Solid 



Damper — Rolling damper for direct draft. Blade and handle made in two parts, easily 
damper required, whether used with or without reservoir. 



replaced. This is the only 



Reservoir - Made of all copper, tinned inside. Heats by contact, i. e., the entire front of the reservoir lays close against 
the back of the stove and absorbs the heat continually. There is no opening into the stove back and requires 
no reservoir damper, therefore this system can not interfere with perfect baking. Has cast ends, cast top and 
japanned cover. The back of boiler is covered with an extra sheet of blue steel. Can be attached to square top 
stove by removing the back shelf only. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the 
body permanently, and is suflaciently strong so that the stove may be carried by the reservoir. Reservoir capacity 
818 IS 9 gallons; 820 is 10 gallons; 822-922 is 11 gallons. 



Thermometer — Furnished with all sizes, 
baking. 



Measures heat just as a clock measures time. It avoids bad luck when 



Water Heater — Arranged for four-pipe water front coil. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings - Oven door panel and handles, front door panel and handle, fire door handle 
hearth edge, oven shelf edge, front top edge, ash guard, kicker, towel rod, shaker and cover lifter. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

f 105 1 




Excdaor Stove S-Mauufaclurin^Compaipr 




Cast Cook 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Roman National 



SQUARE 



Top Surface 
with Shelf 



Weight 

351 
396 
399 



Number Holes Ovens 

818 Four 8 inch 18x19x11 ^ 25x37 

820 Four 8 inch 20x21x12^ 27x39 

920 Four 9 inch 20x21x121^ 27x39 

Water Front Coil fitted in Stove, Fig. 23 .Extra 

Water Front Coil separate from Stove Extra 

Water Heaters described on page 11. 



Code Word 

Deter 

Detort 

"Detour 

Watery 
Water 



Description, Paye 104 



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[106] 



National stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Roman National 

WITHRESERVOIR 

Number Holes Ovens Top Surface Weight Price 

818 Four 8 inch 18x19x11 Ji 25x43 422 $ 

820 Four 8 inch 20x21x12 J^ 27x45 470 

920 Four 9 inch 20x21x12}^ 27x45 473 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Deseription* Pa^« 104 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS STOVE LASTS FOREVER 

1 107 ] 



Code Word 

Detritus 
Develop 
Deviate 

Weed 




Exceldor Stove S-Manixfactorixt^Coinpairy 




Cast Cook 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Guide National 



SQUARE 



Number 
818 
820 
920 



Holes 
Four 8 inch 
Four 8 inch 
Four 9 inch 



Ovens 

18x18x111^ 

20x20x12 

20x20x12 



Top Surface 
with Shelf 

24x34 
26x36 
26x36 



Weight 
258 

291 

294 



Two-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 

If wanted with Cast Base Strips instead of vSteel, . 

Water Coil described on page 11. 



. .Extra 
. .Kxtra 



Price 



Code Word 
Despoil 
©espot 

Dessert 

Wattle 
Whisper 



Description, Page 126 

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[108] 



1 



Nationeil Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Guide National 



WITH RESERVOIR 



Number Holes 

818 Four 8 inch 

820 Four 8 inch 

920 Four 9 inch 



Oveus 

18x18x111/^ 

20x20x12 

20x20x12 



Top Surface 

24x40 
26x42 
26x42 



Weight 

303 
33(> 
339 



Price 
Galvanized 

Reservoir Code Word 

$ Destroy 

Detach 

...... Detail 



If wanted with Cast Base Strips instead of Steel Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 



Price 

Copper 

Reservoir 



Code Word 

Devisor 
Devolve 
Devote 

Whisper 

Weed 

Web 



Description, Page 126 



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f^€:f.vt^.i'i^A\ 



m^^^M 






Excdaor Stove S-Manufacturin^Compaipr 




Cast Cook 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Game National 









SQUARE 














Top Surface 








Nuiuber 


Holes 


Ovens 


with Shelf 


Weight 


Price 


Code Word 


714 


Four 7 inch 


14xl4x 9 


21 


x28i^ 


152 


$ 


Diadem 


816 


Four 8 inch 


16xl6x 93^ 


21}^x30 


179 




Diagnosis 


818 


Four 8 inch 


18x18x10 


22 


x31 


195 




Diameter 


918 


Four 9 inch 


18x18x10 


24 


x32 


198 




Diagram 


820 


Four 8 inch 


20x20x11 


24 


x34 


233 




Diandria 


920 


Four 9 inch 


20x20x11 


24 


x34 


235 




Diapason 


Wood Grate 










Extra 




Wooden 








Descriptior 


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Natiorial stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 




J 




Cast Cook 



For Hard CoaU Soft Coal or Wood 



Game National 

WITH RESERVOIR 

Number Holes Ovens Top Surface Weight Price 

816 Four 8 inch 16xl6x 93^ 21^x37 224 $ 

818 Four 8 inch 18x18x10 22 x38 240 

918 Four 9 inch 18x18x10 24 x39 243 

820 Four 8 inch 20x20x11 24 x41 278 

920 Four 9 inch 20x20x11 24 x41 281 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Wood Grate .Extra 

Description, Page 126 

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[Ul] 



Code Word 

Diagraph 

Dialect 

Dialist 

Diarian 

Diarist 

Web 

* 

Wooden 



,^^S Excelaor Stove S-Manufaclurin^ Compaipr 




Steel Cook 



Japanned Body 



Ranger National 

For Coal 



dumber 


Holes 


Ovens 


712 


Four 7 inch 


12x17x10 


812 


Four 8 inch 


12x17x10 



Top 

Surface 


Weight 


20x24 


104 


20x24 


105 



Price Code Word 

$ Impeach 

Impede 

Has cast top with one loose short center and heavy cast linings, shaking and dump grate self-locking; rolling damper, 
cast hearth, steel ash pan, drop oven door, flue clean-out under ash door, cast legs and steel skirtings. Nickel ovendoor 
panel ^nd damper. No oven rack (inside shelf) furnished with these stoves. 



NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[112] 



National stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 



MJ ■ W T ■ I ■ l uaiii.ii f j|i 



^^■rfie^^ 




Steel Cook Japanned Body 

Ranch National 

For Coal 

Code 
Number Holes Ovena Top Surface Weight Price Word 

712 Four 7 inch 12x17x10 20x24 85 $ Impaste 

812 Four 8 inch 12x17x10 20x24 89 Impatient 

For Wood Only 

127 Four 7 inch 12x17x10 20x24 83 Lather 

128 Four 8 inch 12x17x10 20x24 87 Latin 

Japanned steel body, steel oven with oven bottom center rib, makes them substantial. 

Has cast top with one loose short center and heavy cast lining, shaking and dump grate, self -locking, rolling damper 
steel ash pan, drop oven door, flue clean-out under ash door, steel legs provided with bolt holes. No oven rack (inside 
shelf) furnished with these stoves. 

NATIONAL STOVES AND FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[113] 




Exceldor Stove &Maiiiifacturin^Coinpai5r 




Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Apollo National 



SQUARE 



Number 

8ia 

820 
822 
922 



Holes 

Four 8 inch 
Four 8 inch 
Four 8 inch 
Four 9 inch 



Ovens 
18x17x11 
20x19x11?^ 
22x21x123^ 
22x21x123^ 



Four-Pipe Water Front Coil, Fig. 27 

Water Front described on page 11. 



Top Surface 
with Shelf 

23x35 

25x37 
27x39 
27x39 



Weight 
282 
332 
379 
382 

.Extra 



Price 



Code Word 

Gout 
Govern 
Grab 
Grade 

Water 



Description^ Pa^^e 105 



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[114] 



Nationel stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Apollo National 



WITH RESERVOIR 



Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


Top Surface 


Weight 


818 


Four 8 inch 


18x17x11 


23x41 


350 


820 


Four 8 inch 


20x19x11% 


25x43 


403 


822 


Four 8 inch 


22x21x123^ 


27x45 


453 


922 


Four 9 inch 


22x21x12 H 


27x45 


456 


Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Stove . . 




..Extra 








Description, Pag* 105 





Price 



Code Word 

Grail 

Grandeur 

Granger 

Granite 

Weed 



THE FIRE BACK IN THIS STOVE LASTS FOREVER 

[115] 




Excelsior Stove &Maiiu{acturi]:i^Coinf!paij)r 




Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Amboy National 



SQUARE 



Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


817 


Four 8 inch 


17x16x103^ 


819 


Four 8 inch 


19x18x11 H 


821 


Four 8 inch 


21x20x12 



Top Surface 
with Shelf 

22x32 
24x34 
26x3(> 



Two-Pipe Water Back Coil, Fig. 26 

If wanted with Cast Base Strips instead of Steel . 

Water Coil described on page 11. 



Weight 
201 
235 
263 

.Extra 
.Extra 



Price 



Code Word 

Glyph 
Gnarl 
Gnaw 

Wattle 
Whisper 



' Description, Page 127 

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BBB^SVI, 



National Stoves, R^^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Amboy National 



WITH RESERVOIR 



Number Holes 

819 Four 8 inch 

821 Four 8 inch 



Price 
Galvanized 
Ovens Top Surface Weight Reservoir Code Word 

19x18x11 J^ 24x40 280 $ Gobble 

21x20x12 26x42 30S Goblin 



If wanted with Cast Base Strips instead of Steel Extra 

Copper Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Stove .Extra 



Price 
Copper 
Reservoir Code Word 

$ Grantor 

Grape 



Whisper 

Weed 

Web 



Description, Page 127 



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^K 




P^f4 Excdaor Stove S-Manufaclurin^Cowpaipr 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Atlas National 

SQUARE 

Top Surface 
Number Holes Ovens with Shelf Weight Price Code Word 

816 Four 8 inch 16xl6x 9}4 21^x30 168 $ Gratuity 

818 Four 8 inch 18x18x10 22 x31 188 .:.... Gratulate 

820 Four 8 inch 20x20x11 24 x34 225 Grammar 

920 Four 9 inch 20x20x11 24 x34 228 Granary 

Description » Page 127 

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[118] . 



National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Atlas National 

WITH RESERVOIR 

Number Holes Ovens Top Surface Weight Price 

816 Four 8 inch 16x16x93^ 21^x37 212 $.-... 

818 Four 8 inch 18x18x10 22 x38 232 

820 Four 8 inch 20x20x11 24 x34 270 

920 Four 9 inch 20x20x11 24 x34 273 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Description, Page 127 

THE FIRE BACK IN THIS STOVE LASTS FOREVER 

[lid] 



Code Word 

Graver 
Gravid 
Grandson 
Grange 

Web 



^1 



^^^ Excelaor Stove S-Manufaclurm^Coxnpaipr 



■IIM 




Cast Cook 



Savoy National 



For Wood Only 









SQUARE 










Top Surface 




sTumber 


Holes 


Ovens 


with Shelf 


Weight 


816 


Four 8 inch 


16x16x10 


21x28 


162 


818 


Four 8 inch 


18x18x103^ 


23x30 


200 


918 


Four 9 inch 


18xl8xl0>^ 


23x30 


203 


820 


Four 8 inch 


20x20x12 


25x32 


230 


920 


Four 9 inch 


20x20x12 


25x32 


233 



Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 816 Extra 

Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 818-918 Extra 

Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 820-920 Extra 



Price 



Code Word 

Glisten 
Gloomy 
Gloss 
Gong 
Good ' 

Graze 
Grime 
Grind 



Description, Page 127 



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120] 



National stoves. R§D^es and Furnaces 




y 




Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Savoy National 

WITH RESERVOIR 

Number Holes Ovens Top Surface Weight Price 

818 Four 8 inch 18x18x10}^ 23x35 248 $ 

918 Four 9 inch 18x18x103^ 23x35 251 

820 Four 8 inch 20x20x12 25x37 278 

920 Four 9 inch 20x20x12 25x37 281 ...... 

Galvanized Reservoir ordered separate from Stove Extra 

Description, Page 127 

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[ 121 1 



Code Word 

Glove 
Glow 
Gopher 
Gorge 

Web 




Excddor Stcjve S-Manufaclurin^Compaipr 




Cast Cook 



Signal National 



For Wood Only 









SQUARE 




Number 


Holes 


Ovens 


Top Surface 


Weight 


714 


Four 7 inch 


i4xi5x m 


19x22 


138 


816 


Four 8 inch 


16x16x10 


21x24 


156 


818 


Four 8 inch 


18x18x101^ 


23x26 


194 


918 


Four 9 inch 


18x18x10)^ 


23x26 


197 


820 


Four 8 inch 


20x20x12 


25x28 


223 


920 


Four 9 inch 


20x20x12 


25x28 


226 



Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 714 Extra 

Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 816 Extra 

Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 818-918 Extra 

Flat Coal Grate to fit No. 820-920 Extra 



Price 



Code Word 

Glazier 

Gloat 

Globate 

Globose 

Gordon 

Gossip 

Gravy 
Graze 
Grime 
Grind 



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National stoves. R§D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Signal National 



WITH RESERVOIR 



dumber 


Holes 


Ovens 




Top Surface 


Weight 


Price 


Code Word 


818 


Four 8 inch 


18x18x103^ 




23x35 


242 


$ 


Gloze 


918 


Four 9 inch 


18x18x103^ 




23x35 


245 




Glue 


820 


Four 8 inch 


20x20x12 




25x37 


272 




Gouge 


920 


Four 9 inch 


20x20x12 




25x37 


275 




Gourd 


jalvaniz< 


3d Reservoir ordered separate from Stove . . 




..Extra 




Web 








Description, Pa^e 127 









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s 



wmm 



hrLtfAmm 



^ Excelsior Stove S-Manufaclurin^Compaijjr 




Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Comet National 



Number Holes Ovens Top Surface Weight 

714 Four 7 inch 14x14x9^ 193^x22 114 

Flat Coal Grate Extra 



Price 



(^oiio Wonl 

Griev 
Gripe 



Large lire box, single fire back, solid fender, loose short front center, swing hearth slide, rolling damper. 
Back Top Shelf and outside oven shelf. 
Mounted without rods. 



THE SINGLE FIRE BACK IN THIS STOVE IS BETTER THAN A 

SECTIONAL 

[ 124 ] 



National stoves, R^D^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook 



For Wood Only 



Cabin National 



Number Holes 

714 Four 7 inch 



Ovens 
14xl4x9M 



Top Surface Weight 

193^x22 110 



Flat Coal Grate Extra 



Code Word 

Greet 
Gripe 



Large fire box, single fire back, solid fender, loose short front center, swing hearth slide, rolling damper. Mounted 
without rods. » 



THE SINGLE FIRE BACK IN THIS STOVE IS BETTER THAN A 

SECTIONAL 



125 



MM) 



Excelsior Stove &Manufaclurin^Coinpairjr 



Guide National 

Cast Cook 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Elegant plain modeled design, always fashionable, easily kept clean, all part subject to wear are constructed on 
the same plan as our high-class NATIONALS, which have stood the test of time. Provided with oval fire box, alunainine 
lined oven doors, duplex grate for coal, same grate reversed for wood, porcupine fire back (guaranteed tw^enty-five years), 
extra heavy ribbed covers and centers, cut long center, top cut in two sections, substantial center rest, mounted without 
rods, two- flue system which provides easy draft for soft coal, removable roUing damper, wire oven rack, swing hearth 
slide, steel skirtings, large sheet steel ash pan. One simmering cover furnished with each stove. Galvanized iron reservoir 
boiler. Boiler capacity, 818 is 8 gallons, 820-920 is 9 gallons; heats by contact, easily attached to square stove, reservoir 
covers japanned and striped. A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently, 
and is sufficiently strong so that the stove may be carried by the reservoir. Arranged for two-pipe water back coil. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimrnings — Oven door panels, front door panel, outside oven shelf, swing teapot shelf, 
towel rod, cover lifter and shaker. 



Game National 

Cast Cook 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

An improved cast cook, modeled in plain design, with deep hearth and ash pan, wire oven rack, draw-out hearth 
slide, flat shake and dump grate (self-locking), aluminine lined oven doors, top cut in two sections, heavy covers, cut long 
center, convex oven top, the wonderful porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years), steel skirtings. Reservoir 
made of galvanized iron; heats by contact; reservoir covers japanned and striped. Reservoir capacity 5 gallons. The 
entire stove is mounted without the use of rods. Extra wood grate required when w^ocd exclusively is to be used. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door panels, front door panel, towel rod, swing teapot shelf and wire 

handle. 



National Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 

A strictly high grade trade mark line. Contains those NATIONAL characteristics that make them best for the 
dealer and user. 

Thoroughly advertised therefore easy to sell. 



NATIONALS ALWAYS SATISFY 

[126] 



NatioiialStovGS, Rallies and Furnaces 




Amboy National 



Cast Cook — For Wood Only 



Elegant plain modeled design, always fashionable, easily kept clean, all parts subject to wear are constructed on the 
same plan as our high-class NATIONALS, which have stood the test of time. Provided with aluminine lined oven doors, 
extra false wood bottom in fire box, porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years), extra heavy ribbed covers and 
centers, cut long center, top cut in two sections, substantial center rest, mounted without rods, two-flue system, insuring 
easy draft, removable rolling damper, wire oven rack, deep hearth with swing hearth slide, steel skirtings, large sheet 
steel ash pan. One simmering cover furnished with each stove. Galvanized iron reservoir boiler. Capacity, 819 is 8 
gallons, 821-921 is 9 gallons. Heats by contact. Easily attached to square stove. Reservoir covers japanned and striped. 
A special fastening device allows the reservoir to be bolted to the body permanently, and is sufficiently strong so that 
the stove may be carried by the reservoir. Arranged for two-pipe water back coil. 



Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings - 

towel rod and cover lifter. 



-Oven door panel, front door panel, outside oven shelf, swing teapot shelf 



Atlas National 

Cast Cook^ — For Wood Only 

An improved cast cook, modeled in plain design, with deep low hearth and ash pan, wire oven rack, draw-out hearth 
slide, dump wood grate, aluminine lined oven doors, top cut in two sections, heavy covers, cut long center, convex oven 
top, the wonderful porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years), steel skirtings. Reservoir made of galvanized 
iron; heats by contact, and may be permanently bolted to the stove; reservoir covers japanned and striped. Reservoir 
capacity 5 gallons. The entire stove is mounted without the use of rods. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Oven door panels, front door panel, towel rod, swing and teapot shelf. 



Savoy National 

Cast Cook^ — For Wood Only 

Large fire box, porcupine fire back (guaranteed twenty-five years), swing fender, cut long center, fcwing hearth slide 
deep hearth, rolling damper, outside oven shelf, oven door kicker, back top shelf, nickeled oven door panels, mounted 
without rods. Reservoir made of galvanized iron; heats by contact; it may be permanently bolted to the stove; reservoir 
covers japanned and striped. Reservoir capacity 8 gallons. 



Signal National 

Cast Cook — For Wood Only 

Made in every respect like the Savoy National, excepting it has no outside oven shelf, oven door panels, steel base 
strips, or oven door kicker. 



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Excelsior Stove &Maiiufacturii)^Coinpaijy 



WE are unable to give a written 
description that will do justice 
to the merits in National Heating 
stoves. 

If we could have you go through 
our Factory (the largest Stove Plant 
in the West) we could show good and 
sufficient reason, when we say, that 
the care and attention given to even 
the minutest details are reflected in 
our product to the degree, that every 
stove is substantially perfect and 
insures for quality that users have a 
right to expect. 




NATIONAL 
HEATERS 







Make 
comfortable 
and cheerful 

homes 



V 




Excdaor Stove S-Manufaclurin^Compaipr 




Outline cut National Base Burner 



FRONT 




BACK 



Plan view of National Three flue 

system showing distribution of heat 

and the Two Ventiduct Flues. 



National Base Burner 



FOR HARD COAL OR COKE 

This stove is especially adapted for the use of chestnut 
size hard coal or stove size (No. 4) hard coal; when coke is 
used, it should be merchantable crushed coke. This stove is 
a strictly high-grade construction in all its features, made with 
three flues, the two outer flues being the descending, and the 
center the ascending flue, making a total of twelve lineal feet 
of heat travel from the fire pot to the outlet pipe, this produces 
the maximum of radiation, and greatest efficiency of fuel 
consumed. 

The ventiduct flues consist of two V-shaped air circulat- 
ing flues, located between the smoke flues; these extend from 
the base of the stove and communicate with the exit collar in 
rear of dome top. These ventiduct flues produce a complete 
circulation of all the air in an ordinary size room, once every 
three hours, or eight times each day; the upward flow of air 
through the ventiduct flue draws the cold air not only from 
the floor, but from the farther corners of the room, as well as 
effectively heating the remote corners of the room equal to 
proximity of the stove. A separate warm air pipe may be 
attached to the exit of the ventiducts and conducted to a 
room on second floor if desired. 

The fire pot may be revolved to equalize the wear; it is 
also removable through the front of the stove; two bolts on 
the outside of the lower front must be removed, which allow 
the lower front and doors to be taken off; the fire pot is then 
accessible. 

The magazine feeder is removable through the upper 
front doors. 

The grate is removable through the ash pit. 

The magazine top and cover are machined to a true 
ground surface; the cover swings off the fuel opening auto- 
matically with the swing cover, and closes absolutely gas 
tight. Side flues in the magazine are so arranged that any 
gases passing upward through the fuel are drawn out and 
returned to the fire, where it is consumed, thereby preventing 
escape into the room. All doors are fitted and firmly drawn 
tight with turn-keys. The base door is machine fitted to a 
true surface, and is provided with a machine fitted draft 
register. The grate is the approved duplex type jvith shak- 
ing ring section, both of which operate outside the stove, mak- 
ing it convenient to use. The direct draft damper is adjust- 
able and may be easily dismounted. Clean out flue opening is 
located in front of base, facilitating the cleaning of all flues. 
Large sheet steel ash pan. All nickel trimmings are loose and 
can be removed for cleaning without taking out any bolts. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Legs, three skirt- 
ings, ash door, foot rails, hearth plate, pilasters, dome, swing 
top, keys, knobs, and elaborate urn. 



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National stoves, I?§D^es and Furnaces 




Three-Flue Base Burner 



Number 
316 
317 
318 



Diameter 
Body 

16 inches 

17 inches 

18 inches 



National 

DOUBLE HEATER 




For Chestnut or Stove Size Hard Coal 



Diameter Inside Top 
of Fire Pot 

14 inches 

15 inches 

16 inches 



Height 
Less Urn 

52 inches 
543^ inches 
57 inches 



Weight 

440 
468 
510 



Price 



Code 
Word 

Hungry 

Hunks 
Hunt 



Description, Page 130 

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Excdsior Stove S-Manufaclurw^Compaipr 




u 



M 



For Coal 


or Wood 


Court National 


With Dou 


ible 


Hot Blasl 


Number 
182 
212 


Diameter Top 
of Fire Pot 

12 xl8 inches 
133^x21 inches 


Height Less Price with Code 
Urn Weight Nickel Base Word 

42 inches 164 $ Hornpipe 

44 inches 207 Horologe ■ 


Price with 
Plain Base 

$ 




Code 
Word 

Hyacinth 

Hydrant 



This stove is in every respect the same as our Tuinwon National, excepting it has nickeled swing top, legs and 
base, mica door with perforated tin, and check damper operating in rear of door panel. 

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National stoves. R^^es and Furnaces 




Sectional Side View 






For Coal or Wood 



Tuinwon National 



With Double Hot Blast 



Number 
182 
212 



Diameter Top 
of Fire Pot 

12 xl8 inches 

133^x21 inches 



HeiRht Less 
Urn 

42 inches 


Weight 

154 


44 inches 


195 



Price 



Code 
Word 

Herbarium 
Herdsman 



Description, Page 141 

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Exceldor Stove S-MaDxifaciuriD^Coinpaipr 



S^ 



:>. 



(? 



XTJI 





Sectional view showing Os- 
cillating Hot Blast-Tube 
and Ash Pan 



r 

For Soft or Hard Coal With Hot Blast Tube 

Thermal National 

Diameter Height Shipping Code 

No. Steel Body Less Urn Weight Price' Word 

12 12 inches 373^ 110 $ Sadden 

U 14 inches 393^ 135 Saddle 

16 16 inches 413^ 155 Sadness 

18 18 inches 43^ 182 Saffron 

This stove is the same as our Blastaer National shown on opposite page excepting it is provided with a steel ash 
pan and large ash door. 

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Nationaa Steves* R§D^es and Furnaces 





mm 



in 




For Soft or Hard Coal With Hot Blast Tube 

Blastaer National 

„ Diameter Height Shipping Code 

^o- Steel Body Less Urn Weight Price Word 

]l 12 inches 37^ 105 $ Saber 

]i 14 inches 39 J^ 128 Sabian 

Jf 6 inches 41 J^ 157 .... Sable 

^^ 18 inches 433^ 177 Sabulus 

Nickel Trimmings — Swing top, foot rails, top ring, name plate, damper, urn and keys. 

This stove^is a strictly airtight construction, the body is made of heavy gauge Polished Steel, bottom is double 
seamed to the body, the legs fasten into cast iron cleats, skirtings bolt to legs, check draft in collar, extra large top feed 
opening, draw center grate. It has no ash pan. 

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Excdsior Stove 6-Manufeclurin^Coinpaipr 



For Soft or Hard Coal 



Number 
163 
183 
203 

Wood Grate 



Diameter Top 
of Fire Pot 

16 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 




Base showing Triangular Grate, 

removable cog wheel cover 

shown under base 



Extra Wood Grate if Desired 

Crest National 

HOT BLAST AND AIR CIRCULATOR 

Height Less Code Price with Hard Code 

Urn Weight Price Word Coal Magazine Word 

521^ inches 323 $ Hyemal $ Hypnotic 

56 inches 367 Hygelan Hyphen 

58 inches 431 Hymen Hyson 

Extra Wooden 

Description, Page 141 

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National Stoves. R§n4es and Furnaces , i?S| 



For Soft or Hard Coal 



Diameter Top of 
Fire Pot 





Oakland National 

WITH CYCLONE BLAST DRAFT 



Height Less 
Urn 



48 inches 
513^ inches 
53 J^ inches 



Weight 
179 
219 
249 

268 



Price 



Code 
Word 



Number 

162 15 inches 

182 17 inches 

202 19 inches 

2021/2 with 1}4 Section 

Steel Body 733^ inches 

Wood Grate Extra 

If wanted with Plain Cast Base instead of Steel .Extra 

If wanted with Nickel Cast Base instead of Steel Extra 



Hapless 

Happiness 
Harbinger 

Hardiness 




Extra Wood Grate if Desired 



Price with Hard 
Coal Magazine 

$ 



Code 
Word 

Handmaid 

Handsaw 

Handspike 



Wooden 

W^orse 

Worth 



Description, Page 141 

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I 137 




Excdaor Stofve &Manufacturiu^Coinpaijjr 



f^i-'-''^^ 






With Hot Blast Tube 





Diameter Top 


umber 


of Fire Pot 


112 


10 inches 


132 


12 inches 


1S2 


14 inches 


172 


16 inches 


192 


18 inches 



Social National 



Height Less 
Urn 

36 inches 
39 inches 
42 inches 
44 inches 

47 inches 



Weight 
78 
100 
121 
149 
188 



Price 



For Soft Coal or Wood 



Code 
Word 

Hurtfol 

Hussar 

Hustle 

Hutch 

Huzza 

Wooden 



Wood Grate Extra 

Hot Blast Heater of medium price and new design. Oscillating hot blast tube, shaking and draw center grate, cast 
bottom, corrugated fire pot, polished steel body and skirtings, sheet steel ash pan. Removable nickel trimmmgs. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Swing top, foot rails, pilasters, top ring, feed door panel, damper, keys 
andurn. ^^^^^ TUBE IN THIS STOVE SAME AS THERMAL AND 

BLASTAER NATIONAL 



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National stoves, R^ii^es and Furnaces 




For Soft or Hard Coal 




Silver National 



Extra Wood Grate if Desired 





Diameter Top 


Height Less 




dumber 


of Fire Pot 


Urn 


♦Weight 


112 


10 inches 


36 inches 


76 


132 


12 inches 


39 inches 


97 


152 


14 inches 


42 inches 


118 


172 


16 inches 


44 inches 


144 


192 


18 inches 


47 inches 


187 



Price 



Code 
Word 

Hautboy 
Hauteur 

Haziness 
Headland 
Headlong 



Price with Hard 
Coal Magazine 

$ 



Code 
Word 

Heather 

Heating 

Heaves 

Heaviness 

Hebraist 

Wooden 

Harping 



Wood Grate Extra 

With Smoke Collar on back Extra ..... _ _ 

Elaborate medium priced oak heating stove, has large feed door with smoke curtain, shaking and draw center 
grate, shakes through side of base, cast bottom, corrugated fire pot, polished steel body and skirtings, sheet steel ash pan. 
Removable nickel trimmings. 

Can be furnished with round smoke collar on rear of body instead of on main top, a convenience to connect to low 
flue openings. 

Triple Plated Nickel Tri mm ingrs— Swing top, foot rails, pilasters, top ring, feed door panel, damper, keys 
and urn. 

Hard Coal Magazine can be used only when stove is furnished with smoke collar on back. 
* Weight shown is for stove regular. 

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Excelaor Stove &ManufactariD^G>inpaiiy 





Sectional View, showing NaLunil 

Gas Ring attached to 

Staple National 

Full description of Gas Hin<^. 
Page 159 



For Soft or Hard Coal 



Staple National 



Extra Wood Grate if Desired 



Number 


Diameter 
Top of 
Fire Pot 


Height 
Less 
Urn 


*Weight 


112 


10 inches 


36 inches 


71 $ 


132 


12 inches 


39 inches 


90 


152 


14 inches 


42 inches 


114 


172 


16 inches 


44 inches 


138 


192 


18 inches 


47 inches 


177 



Price with 

Natural Gas 

Ring 

$ ... . 



Code Word 

Hemisphere 

Hemistich 

Hemitrope 

Hem i sap 



t Price with 
Hard Coal 
Magazine 



Code Word 

Henchman 

Hencoop 

Henpecked 

Herbahst 

Herculean 

Wooden 

Harpinji; 



Code Word 

Hectic 

Heedless 

Hegemony 

Heighten 

Heinons . . . 

Wood Grate Extra 

With Smoke Collar on back Extra. 

fList with Hard Coal Magazine does not include Natural Gas King. 
Medium priced oak, newest design, has large feed door with smoke curtain, shaking and draw center grate shakes 
through side of base, cast bottom, corrugated fire i)ot, ixjHshed steel botly and skirtings, sheet steel ash pan. Removable 
nickel trimmings. Can be furnished with round smoke collar on rear of body, instead of on main top, a (H)nveniencc to 
connect with low flue openings. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Foot rails, tof) ring, feed door panel, damper keys and urn. 
Hard coal magazine can be used only when stove is furnished with smoke collar on back. 
*Weight shown is for stove regular. 

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National stoves, R§D^es aird Furnaces 




Crest National 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Coke 

Our Crest National is an elaborate parlor heater. It is extra heavy and substantial, with polished steel body, cor- 
rugated fire pot, triangular grate which consists of four bars that are coupled in pairs and permits shaking half the 
grate at a time. The grate bars may be removed without taking the stove apart. A loose cover over the cogs and a 
front bar permit the grate to be removed in sections through the ash pit opening. A special arrangement of the grate 
shaker prevents the operator from leaving the grate in a wrong position. 

Large feed door with smoke cur-tain, automatic poke hole and mica illumination. The mica is guarded with per- 
forated tin. Check damper in smoke collar, bar lock on doors, deep base with screw draft and steel ash pan, blast ring 
arranged entirely within the stove heats uniformly. The air is supphed directly into the blast ring under the feed door. 
This method supplies the fuel with the greatest possible amount of oxygen and thoroughly consumes the escaping smoke 
and gases. 

The double heater consists of two circulating flues on the rear of stove. These flues pass through the base with 
openings under the stove, cold air being drawn from the floor passes the fire pot and body to the outlets above. The 
results of this air circulation may be noted in the fact that the farther corners of the room will be as warm as near 
the stove. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings— Legs, skirtings, four foot rails, pilasters, name plate, draft plate, top ring, 
swing top, urn, grate shaker and keys. 

Oakland National 

With Cyclone Hot Blast Draft 
For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

High grade oak heating stove, heavy and substantial in all parts. The cyclone draft consists of a damper under the 
feed door and a cast section of ring over the top of fire pot; the length of this ring corresponds with the width of the cast 
front. The air enters this damper and is heated. It is then discharged from both ends of the ring in a swirhng motion 
over the fire, supplying the necessary oxygen to completely consume the hydro-carbons from the fuel. The feed door is 
extra large and machine fitted, base door and base door damper are machine fitted, which insures an air-tight stove and 
a thoroughly good fire keeper. Polished hard steel body with overlapping flange where the body connects to the cast 
front, will never warp between the bolting places; the steel body is connected to the fire pot with our self -sealing joint. 
Corrugated straight form fire pot. Large center heat deflecting ring. Improved pattern shaking and draw center grate, 
shakes through ash door dami>er opening; grate removable without taking stove apart. Solid one-piece base with cast 
iron bottom. Never-break polished steel skirtings. Large sheet steel ash pan, smoke curtain in feed door. Mica feed 
door with outside mica frame. The mica is protected with perforated tin. The nickel top ring is made of cast iron in four 
sections; all nickel parts are removable. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Swing top, top ring, feed door panel, three sections of foot rails, pilasters, legs, 
ash door damper, keys and elaborate urn. 

Tuinwon National 

For Coal or Wood 

An oval hcviter, adapted for coal or wood fuel. Provided with duplex grates for coal, same grate reversed for wood; 
has extra sid(^ cast lining inside the fire pot; these finings are perforated and cover an opening in the base which admits 
air between the linings and fire pot, thus furnishing hot blast to the fire; this in conjunction with the tube blast from the 
top makes a double blast that burns coal with the greatest efficiency. The oval shape of this stove adapts it to long 
lengths wood, making a perfect two-in-one stove. Heavy steel body, deep ash pit with sheet steel ash pan, large feed 
(l(K>r with smoke curtain, steel skirtings. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Top ring, feed door panel, pilasters, foot rails, damper keys and urn. 



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Excdaor Stove &Maiiufaclurin^Coinpaipr 




For Soft or Hard Coal 



Low Priced Jr. Heater 



Dash National 



Diameter Top 
Number of Fire Pot 


Height Less 
Urn 


Weight 


Price 


Code Word 


Price with 

Natural Gas 

Ring 


Code Word 


511 10 inches 
513 12 inches 
515 14 inches 
517 16 inches 


343^ inches 
36 M inches 
39 inches 
41 inches 


58 

71 

88 

116 


$ 


Paddle 
Paddock 
Pagan 
Palate 


$ 


Paint 
Pair 
Pale 
Pallet 


Ash pan, each 








. . . Extra 




Worthy 



Blue steel body, draw center grate, shakes through side of base, swing top, deep fire pot, steel skirtings, cast bottom, 
nickel trimmings, three foot rails, pilasters, swing top, screw dampers, urn and top ring. 

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Natioxial Steves, K|ti)^es and Furnaces 




y 



For Soft or Hard Coal 




Full description of 

Natural Gas Rinj; 

page 159 



Low Priced Jr. Heater 



Derby National 





Diameter Top 


Height Less 


Number 


of Fire Pot 


Urn 


511 


10 inches 


34^ inches 


513 


12 inches 


363/^ inches 


515 


14 inches 


39 inches 


517 


16 inches 


41 inches 



Weight 

55 

67 

83 

110 



Price 



Code Word 

PalUd 
Palmy 
Paltry 
Pamper 



Price with 

Natural Gas 

Ring 

$ 



Code 
Word 

Panacea 

Panary 

Punch 

Pander 

Worthy 



Ash pan, each Extra 

Blue steel body, draw center grate, shakes through side of base, swing top, deep fire pot, steel skirtings, cast bottom. 
Nickel trimmings, three foot rails, screw dampers, urn and top ring. 

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ili^ Excdsior Stove &ManufaduriD^Coinpaipr 






Sectional View 



All Cast 



For Coal or Wood 



Mascot National 

Size Top of Size Inside Height ' Code 

No. Fire Box of Body Less Urn Weight Price Word 

18 9x15 11^x18 313^ 207 $ Sapiant 

20 9x17 111^x20 333^ 226 Sapling ' 

22 10x19 123^x22 353^ 250 Saponify 

An all cast heater with Duplex grate for coal, reversing the grate and removing the end linings converts it into a 
wood stove. Mica and perforated tin in front door, double end doors, deep ash pit with sheet steel ash pan, hot blast 
cast hnings made in four sections, swing top, griddle hole in main top, reversible smoke collar. 

Nickel trimmings consist of front panel, hearth plate, front draft damper, name plate, urn and keys. 

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National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 





All Cast 



For Coal or Wood 



Saxon National 



Size, Top of Size Inside Height «, . u. t> • w ^^ 

Number Fire Pot of Body Less Urn Weight Price Word 

14 73^x12 inches 103^x14 inches 27 inches 120 $ Pacer 

16 7}^xl4 inches lOj^xlG inches 29 inches 134 P^c^/ 

18 S%xm}4 inches 111^x18 inches SlH inches 160 Pacify 

20 SHxm}4 inches 1 1 ^4x20 inches 333^ inches 181 Pack 

22 10 xl83^ inches 12^x22 inches 35>^ inches 212 Pane 

An all cast coal heater convertible to a wood stove. It is provided with a mica and perforated tin in front feed door 
for coal, anddoubleend feed door for wood, griddle hole in top, reversible smoke collar, swmging top. The grate shakes 
through the front draft damper opening. The coal fire pot and grate are removable through the end doors, thereby con- 
verting it into a wood stove. It is provided with a large sheet steel ash pan. 

Nickel trimmings consist of front panel, hearth plate, damper, name plate, urn and keys. 



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Excelsior Stove &Maiiufacturiii^Coinpaijjr 



Loyal National 

Hot Blast Down Draft 
For Wood Only 

Linings are extra heavy, and cast in three sections, which can be mounted in or taken out after the stove is put to- 
gether. Automatic damper operates in conjunction with the door; the damper rod extends through the front of the 
stove, accessible to the operator when it is desired to use the damper independently. Mounted with Pohshed Steel Body. 

Reversible Collars — The smoke collar on these stoves can be set either in a horizontal or vertical position, 
which facilitates the pipe fittings. 

Draft damper is located in the top of feed door, and has inside cast duct extending down to the hearth line, which 
produces hot blast. The hearth slide can be drawn out to admit lower draft. Every stove is provided with a smoke 
curtain at the top of feed door. This, in connection with the automatic damper, prevents any liabihty of smoke es- 
caping when the feed door is opened. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Double faced front and back top ornaments, swing top, urn, name })late, 
foot rails, and keys. 



Elwood National 

For Wood Only 

An elaborate parlor stove for wood, with all the latest improvements that make for comfort and convenience. 
Large end feed door, ash door and ash pan, cast grate and cast linings, cast top and bottom, reversible smoke collar 
to accommodate low chimney flues. Heavy polished steel body and four ventiduct flues on the corners that take the 
cold air off from the floor and discharge it out of the top. Mica in front protected with perforated tin, extra heavy wood 
grate, check damper in top, ventiduct flues are removable, draft enters over the grate. The top is provided with one 8- 
inch cover, legs bolted on. 

Triple Plated Nickel Trimmings — Swing top, front top edge, foot rail, name plate, keys and elaborate urn. 



Norwood National 

For Wood Only 

This is the last word in parlor wood stoves. The construction covering every feature that can make it of the high- 
est possible class for efficiency, durabihty and convenience. It is made with heavy pohshed steel body, soMd cast iron 
Unings which are demountable. An extra long and deep ash pit provided with a large, strong, steel ash pan. Loose 
bottom wood grate, double fire doors, deep cast top with deflector and check damper. Mica in feed door, protected with 
perforated tin. The No. 21-24 and 24-27 are provided with one 9-inch cover, the No. 26-30 has two 7-inch covers and 
one loose center. Handsome demountable nickel trimmings. The bodies of these stoves are extra high, which provides 
additional radiating surface and permits the use of extra long wood. 



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National staves, Ritn^es and Furnaces 





All Cast 



For Coal 



Depot National 





Diameter Top 


Height Less 




Number 


of Fire Pot 


Urn 


Weight 


19 


19 inches 


433^ inches 


258 


21 


21 inches 


463^ inches 


313 



Price 



Code Word 

Harp 
Harper 



The Depot National has a large feed door, shaking and dumping grate. It has a broad fiat top, which provides a 
warming space. It is made extra heavy throughout, and is just the heater for depots, offices, warehouses and other places 
where stoves are subjected to hard usage. 

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Excdaor Stove S-ManufacturiD^Coinpaipr 



I 



.istmrnm-v 



■mammw-a^ 



All Cast 



Number 
20 
24 
20D 
24D 



Station National 



For Coal or Wood 



Diameter Top 
of Fire Pot 

20 inches 
24 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 



Height 

54 inches 
60 inches 
74 inches 
84 inches 



Weight 

519 
747 
533 
765 



Price for Coal 
$ 



Code Word 

Heal 
Heam 
Hearse 
Heart 



Price for Wood 
$ 



Code Word 

Headway 

Health 

Hearsay 

Hearth 

Wooden 



Wood Grate - ■ • : ; ' ' ^ ■ " •; .n ^^ '^ - 

Note — D indicates this stove with steel drum extension. See Page 149. . , . , ■ -i 

The Station National is as large and powerful as a furnace. It is made extra strong to withstand heavy usage in rail- 
road stations, stores, warehouses, etc. The entire body is made of cast iron. It is provided with double feed doors, 
draw center grate, griddle hole in top. Grate shakes through side of base. 

Size of double feed door openings 

No. 20 11x163^ inches No. 24 13x20^ inches 

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National Stoves, R^tn^es and Furnaces 



y 





Nos. 20D and 24D 



See Description Opposite Page 



Station National 



THE LARGEST HEATING STOVE MADE IN THE WORLD 

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Excdsior Stove &Manufaclurb^Coinpaipr 




Cannon National 

For Coal 

Diameter Top of Code 

Number Fire Pot Height Weight Price Word 

14 10>i inches 36 inches 92 $ Holdfast 

16 12 inches 38 inches 107 . : . . . Hohday 

18 133^ inches 41 inches 139 Hollands 

20 16 inches 49 inches 225 Homestead 

22 19 inches 53 inches 314 Homeward 

A smooth finish cannon stove, has shaking and dump grate, slide draft ring, large ash space, flat top with cover 
hole, arranged to use sheet steel drum if desired. 

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National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 




) 




Globe National 



For Coal 

Diameter Top tt ■ i .. tit- • U4. T>^i«« Word 

Number of Fire Pot Height Weight Price Word 

3 9 inches 22 inches 35 $ Hardly 

4 10 inches 23 inches 43 Hardy 

5 11 inches 26 inches 53 Hare 

6 12 inches 27 inches 67 Hydra 

7 13 inches 31 inches 79 Hark 

Our Globe National is a very handsome, low price pattern cannon stove. It is made of the same grade of material 
and workmanship as all Nationals, which insure neat castings and] fittings. Sheet steel drum may be mounted on these 
stoves without the use of extra ring. 



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[1511 




Excelsior Stove ^Maiiufacluriii^C^inpag^ 




Irving National 

For Coal 

Number Holes Height of Stove Top Space Weight , Price Code Word 

82 Two 8 inch 24 inches 15x22}/^ 138 $ Hydrogen 

Gallons of water heated per hour ^. . . . . 75 

Square feet direct radiation . 50 

A laundry and garage stove with water-heating fire pot. The entire pot ivS made to heat water connected to a pres- 
sure boiler. A division inside the water space insures perfect circulation without noise and heats a large amount of 
water. Provided with sheet steel ash pan, steel base, cast bottom. 

Note — Price does not include the pressure boiler or pipe connections. 

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National stoves, R^LD^es and Furnaces 





Cast Cook With Four Holes Steel Oven 

Unique National 

With Elevated Oven 
For Soft or Hard Coal 

Cookins ^ 1 W7- 1 

Number Holes Oven Surface Weight Pnce Code Word 

84 Four 8 inch 18x16x12 23x26 166 $ "^z^^^^l 

Height to cooking surface 25)4 inches 

Height to oven bottom • 433^ inches 

Height to top of oven • ^^ i^^'^es 

Description, Page 159 

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[153] 




Excdaor Stove &Mairafacteriii^Coi^ 




Joy National 



For Coal 

^^ , ,^ , Oiam. Top. of Height of 

Number Holes Fire pot Stove Top Space Weight 

**^A^ . t ^^r^^'^'^. , ^^ , , ^^^ 113^x193^ 39 $.... Habitude 

A tirst-class low priced laundry stove, has dumping grate, swing feed and ash door, sheet steel bottom large ash space. 



Price 



Code 
Word 



It 





Charm National Charm National 

No8. 83 and 38— For Coal No. 83WC-With Water Coil For Coal 

., , „ , Diam. Top of Height of Code 

Number Holes Fire Pot Stove Top Space Weight Price Word 

II ^^°fl°''J' }0>^ 211^ 15x21 62 $ Habit 

«twr ^^°^™^ J2 21^ 15x21 68 Hack 

83WC Two 8 inch WA 21 J^ 15x21 67 Sanable 

i^arge tops, tanoy base, cone center or draw center grate, corrugated fire pot, extra large feed door, large ash 
pit. Cone center grate shipped unless otherwise ordered. 

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Nationel Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 







Charm National 



Diam. Top of 
Fire Pot 



For Coal 

Height of 
Number Holes Fire Pot Stove Top Space Weight Price 

86 Two 8 inch 103^ 23 15x21 64 $.... 

Large top^s, fancy base, cone center or draw center grate, extra large ash pit. Cone center grate shipped unless 
otherwise ordered. Will hold eight irons, any shape. 



Code 
Word 

Hail 





Tais cut illustrates the gas ring which 
is placed between the fire pot and base, 
either coal or natural gas may be used 
without further changes . 
For Gas ring fitted in stove order 
N0.82G. R. 



Tip-Top National 

For Coal 

Diam. Top of Height of „^ . ^ ^ . ^<i^. 

Number Holes Fire Pot Stove Top Space Weight Price Word 

83 Two 8 inch IQi^ 22 14>^x20i^ 67 $ Hush 

82 Two 8 inch U 223/^ 15 x223^ 81 ..... Holm 

82GR Two 8 inch 11 2314 15 x223^ 96 Sandal 

Thip is an extra large laundry stove, mounted on steel skirtings; it has shaking and draw center grate, swing teed 
door. 

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[155] 




Excdsior Stove &Maiiufacturb^Coinpaipr 




Charm National 



For Coal 



Diam. Top of 
Fire Pot 



Height 
Stove 



Code 
Word 



Number Holes Fire Pot Stove Top Space Weight Price 

84 Four 8 inch 12 , 21J^ 213^x21}^ 90 $ Hackney 

Large top, tancy base, cone center or draw center grate, corrugated fire pot, extra large ash pit. Cone center grate 
shipped unless otherwise ordered. ^ i- ^ 




Charm National 



Diam, Top of 
Fire Pot 



For Coal 



Height of 
Stove 



Price 



Code 
Word 



Number Holes Fire Pot Stove Top Space Weight 

89 Four 8 inch 12 23 21J^x21i^ 96 $ Hairy 

l.arge top, lancy base cone center or draw center grate, extra large ash pit. Cone center grate shipped unless 
otherwise ordered. Will hold eight irons, any shape. & ^j 

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Nationeil Stoves. R§ii^es and Furnaces 





This cut illustrates the gas ring 
which is placed between the fire pot 
and base, either coal or natural gas may 
be used without further changes. When 
heating water with gas, artificial fuel 
must be used. 
For Gas Ring fitted in Stove Order 
No. 84 GR 



Sectional View 
Showing Water Back Attached 



Tip-Top National 

For Coal 







Diam. Top of 


Height of 






Number 


Holes 


Fire Pot 


rttove 


Top Space 


Weight 


84 


For 8 inch 


WA inch 


25 inch 


22^x233^ 


115 


84 GR 


For 8 inch 


133^ inch 


26 inch 


223^x23 J^ 


137 



Code 
Price Word 

$ Hortos 

Sandy 

Water Back fitted Extra Wily 

Water Back separate Extra Wince 

Unless otherwise ordered, we ship stoves without the w^ater back. If ordered with water back fitted, we drill the 
necessary water pipe holes through the stove. 

Capacity water back, gallons per hour 50 



See Description, Page 155 



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[157; 




Excdaor Stove &M€mufacturiii^Conrpaijy 




Tailor National 



Number 

99 



Diameter 
Fire Pot 

14 inches 



Number 
of Irons 

9 



For Coal 



Height 

42 inches 



Weight 

154 



Price 



Code 
Word 

Hatchway 



This stove is provided with an oval top, which has two 8-inch holes and short center, adapted for the use of a wash 
boiler. It will accommodate the largest size Tailors Goose Irons, has shaking and draw center grate, extra large ash pit. 



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Natioiial stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 




National Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 

Are a product kept up-to-date, in all the improvements 
and refinements known to the art, that materially aids 
the dealer in making sales, and assures the user the 
service he has a right to expect. 



Unique National 



With Elevated Oven 
For Soft or Hard Coal 

A perfect baking elevated oven with drop oven door and wire supports when open, nickel turnkey at top, two 
wire oven racks, flue clean-out openings to all flues. All the products of combustion pass up through the 7-inch stove- 
pipe to the oven, which is provided with a dividing flue strip in the bottom flue, which diverts the heat current absolutely 
into two equal parts, and forces an even distribution around the oven to the outlet pipe at the top. The smoke pipe is pro- 
vided with our control damper which regulates the fire and also the heat that passes around the oven. The main top 
of the oven is made of all cast iron with a six-inch cover hole on each side of the pipe outlet, these serve as a convenience 
to clean the soot from the side and top flues of the oven. The entire oven and brackets are finished in dead black wrought 
iron color. Stove has four 8-inch cooking holes with loose covers and centers, pouch feed, draw center grate, cast side 
shelves, large steel ash pan, steel bottom and skirtings, corrugated fire pot, nickel damper, name plate and oven trim- 
mings. 



Natural Gas Ring 



This consists of a two-part ring adapted expressly for using natural gas. Designed to fit between the fire pot and 
base. The gas orifices are drilled perfectly true to size. The gas inlet is on a tangent line with the curved ring, which 
induces a free distribution of gas throughout the entire ring. An overhanging edge protects the gas orifices from ashes 
entering the gas ring when coal fire is used. This arrangement permits the use of coal at any time the gas supply 
fails from any cause. 



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Excddor Stove S-MemxiiacturiD^Compaipr 







With Blue Polished Steel Body 

Loyal National 

Price 

Number Length Wood Weight Mounted Complete 

27 25 inches 175 $...:- 

29 27 inches 178 

31 29 inches 180 

See Description, Page 146 

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[160] 



For Wood Only 



Code Word 

Emulator 
Emulous 
Emulsion 



National stoves, RaD^es and Furnaces 





All Cast 



For Wood Only 



Kenton National 



Size Inside Height Code 

Number of Body Less tjrn Weight Price Word 

14 10J^xl4 inches 27 inches 97 $ Ethics 

16 10Hxl6 inches 29 inches 110 Ethology 

18 113^x18 inches 313^ inches 134 Etiolate 

20 113^x20 inches 33}^ inches 146 Etymon 

22 123^x22 inches 353^ inches 195 Eulogy 

An all cast heater with double end feed doors, mica front door (the mica is protected with perforated tin), griddle 
hole in top, reversible smoke collar, swinging top. Spark guard over front draft, ash guard in end feed door. 
Nickel Trimmings — Consists of front panel, hearth plate, damper, name plate, urn and keys. 



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Excddor Stove &llanxifaoturiz)^Coxnpaipr 





Blue Polished Steel Body 



For Wood Only 



Norwood National 



Number 


Length 


Width 


Height 
Lining 


Height Inside 
Body 


Weight 


Price 


Code 

Word 


21-24N 


21 inches 


15 inches 


11 inches 


24 inches 


185 ' 


$ 


Estimable 


24-27N 


23 inches 


17 inches 


12J^ inches 


27 inches 


223 




Estimation 


26-30N 


26 K inches 


19 inches 


14 inches 


30 inches 


255 




Estival 



Descriptic^n, Page 146 

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National stoves, I?§ii^es and Furnaces 





Blue Polished Steel Body 



For Wood Only 



Norwood National 



Number 


Length 


Width 


Height 
Lining 


Height Inside 
Body 


Weight 


Price 


Code 
Word 


21-24P 


21 inches 


15 inches 


1 1 inches 


24 inches 


179 


$ 


Esplanade 


24-27P 


23 inches 


17 inches 


123^ inches 


27 inches 


217 




Esteem 


26-30P 


2614 inches 


19 inches 


14 inches 


30 inches 


247 




Esthetic 



Description, Page 146 

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Excddor Stove S-MemxifacluriD^Coinpaipr 




Blue Polished Steel Body 

Elwood National 

Number Length Width Less Urn Weight Price 

18 18 inches 14 inches 31 inches 145 $ 

21 21 inches 16 inches 34 inches 165 

24 24 inches 17 inches 37 inches 200 

Description, Page 146 

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For Wood Only 



Code 
Word 

Errand 
Erratic 
Errhine 



National Stoves, Rim^es and Furnaces 





>-= 



Blue Polished Steel Body For Wood Only 

Boxwood National 

Height Code 

Number Length Width Less Urn Weight Price Word 

18 18 inches 14 inches 31 inches 145 $ Estop 

21 21 inches 16 inches 34 inches 160 Estrange 

24 24 inches 17 inches 37 inches 190 ...... Estuary 

This stove is in every respect like our Elwood National on preceding page, except it has no wood grate or ash pan, 
the fire resting on the cast bottom. It is also provided with a register damper in the ash door. 

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Excdaor Stcfve S-Mamifaclurin^CompaTj^ 



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Showing stove with extra wood grate 




With Swinging Top 



Floral National 



For ^ood Only 









Height 




Number 


Holes 


Length Wood 


Less Urn 


Weight 


186N 


One 7 inch 


18 inches 


25 inches 


77 


226N 


One 8 inch 


22 inches 


27 inches 


91 


256N 


One 8 inch 


25 inches 


28^ inches 


101 


286N 


Two 7 inch 


28 inches 


303^ inches 


117 



Price 



Code 
'Word 



Epigraph 

Epilepsy 
Epilogue 
Epiphany 



Price with 
Wood Grate 

$ 



Code 
Word 

Epitaph 
Epithet 
Epitome 
Epoch 



Always shipped without Wood Grate unless otherwise ordered. 

Made with extra heavy blue steel body, deep sohd one-piece cast corrugated bottom,- large swinging ash door, steel 
body mounts inside the cast bottom, cast lining all around the inside lower edge of steel body, mounted without rods, 
legs and rails bolt on, swinging top, large feed opening, cast front and door. 

DESCRIPTION OF WOOD GRATE . 

Wood grate consists of a heavy flat false bottom supported above the ash door and designed as a support for the 
fuel. Perforations allow ashes to fall away from the fire into the lower pit. This maintains a clean fire at all times and 
allows the ashes to be removed without disturbing the fire. 

Nickel Trimmings — • Urn, swing top, foot rails, name plate, damper and keys. 



166 



National stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 





With Swinging Top 



For Wood Only 



Floral National 



Number 
186P 
226P 
256P 
286P 



Holes 
One 7 inch 
One 8 inch 
One 8 inch 
Two 7 inch 



Leiigth Wood 
18 inches 
22 inches 
25 inches 
28 inches 



Height 
23 inches 
25 inches 

263^ inches 
283^ inches 



Weight 

67 

77 

85 

100 



Price 



Code 
Word 



Price With 
Wood Grate 



Epicure 

Epidemic 

Epigeal 

Epigram 



Nickeled Foot Rails No. 186, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 226, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 256, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 286, per pair Extra 



Code 
Word 

Epode 
Equable 
Equalize 
Equally 

Wolly 
Wollen 
Wolfel 
Woodbine 



Always shipped without Wood Grate unless otherwise ordered. 

Made with extra heavy blue steel body, deep solid one-piece cast corrugated bottom, large swinging ash door, steel 
body mounts inside the cast bottom, cast lining all around the inside lower edge of steel body, mounted without rods, 
legs bolt on, swinging top, large feed opening, cast front and door. 

Description of Wood Grate, See Opposite Page 

[167 1 



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Excddor Stove S-Manufaclurin^Coirrpaipr 




With Swinging Top 



Family National 



Number 

186N 
226N 
256N 
286N 



Holes 

One 7 inch 
One 8 inch 
One 8 inch 
Two 7 inch 



Length of 


Height Less 






,Code 


Wood 


Urn 


Weight 


Price 


Word 


18 inches 


25 inches 


70 


$ 


Envenom 


22 inches 


27 inches 


83 




Enviable 


25 inches 


283^ inches 


91 




Envious 


28 inches 


303^ inches 


109 




Environ 



For Wood Only 



Price With Code 

Wood Grate Word 

$ Equation 

Equator 

Equerry 

Equiform 



For extra Wood Grates see Floral National, page 166. 

Always shipped without Wood Grate unless otherwise ordered. 

Made with extra heavy blue steel body, deep sohd one-piece cast corrugated bottom, large swinging ash door, 
steel body mounts inside the cast bottom, cast lining all around the inside lower edge of steel bodv, mounted without 
rods, legs and rails bolt on, swinging top feed opening, nickel urn, swing top, foot rails, name plate, damper and keys. 

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168] 



National stoves, RiLD^es andFiimaces 





With Swinging Top 



For Wood Only 



Family National 



Number 


Holes 


Ijength of 
Wood 


Height 


Weiglit 


186P 


One 7 inch 


18 inches 


23 inches 


60 


226P 


One 8 inch 


22 inches 


25 inches 


69 


2S6P 


One 8 inch 


25 inches 


2Q}4 inches 


75 


286P 


Two 7 inch 


28 inches 


283^ inches 


91 



Price 



Code 


Price with 


Code 


Word 


Wood Grate 


Word 


Entomb 


$ 


Equine 


En tonic 




Equinox 


Entrance 




Equipage 


Entrap 




Equitable 


Wolly 






Wollen 






Wolfel 






Woodblue 







Nickeled Foot Rails No. 186, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 226, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 256, per pair Extra 

Nickeled Foot Rails No. 286, per pair Extra 

For extra Wood Grates see Ploral National, page 166. 

Always shipped without Wood Grate unless otherwise ordered. 

Made with extra heavy blue steel body, deep solid one-piece cast corrugated bottom, large swinging ash door, 
steel body mounts inside the cast bottom, cast lining all around the inside lower edge of steel body, mounted without 
rods, legs bolt on, nickel name plate, damper and keys. 



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Excdaor Stove S-Manxifaclurin^Compaipr 




With Swinging Top 



For Wood Only 



Fame National 



l! 











Code ' 


Price 


Code 


Number 


Holes 


Length Wood 


Weight Price Crated Word 


Not Crated 


Word 


201 


One 7 inch 


20 inches 


60 $.. 


Employ- 


$ 


Eulogist 


221 


One 7 inch 


22 inches 


79 


Employee 




Eulogize 


251 


One 7 inch 


25 inches 


94 


Employer 




Eulogium 


281 


Two 7 inch 


28 inches 


119 


Emporium 




Eupepsy 


301 


Two 7 inch 


30 inches 


121 


Empower 




Euphonic 


321 


Two 8 inch 


32 inches 


156 


Empress 




Euphony 


361 


Two 8 inch 


36 inches 


180 


Empty 




Evacuate 


381 


Two 8 inch 


38 inches 


186 


Emulate 




Evaporate 



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NationeQ stoves. R§D^es and Furnaces 







Cast Heater 



For Wood Only 



National Box 



With Removable Top 



Size Opening 
Fire Door 



Cooking Top 

Number Hole Opening Fire Door Length Wood 

55 One 9 inch 13x32 15x23 48 inch 
53 Flue Drum to fit this Stove Extra 



Weight 

557 

77 



Price 



Code 
Word 

Episode 
Wisdom 



An extra large wood heater, designed for rough usage. It accommodates cord wood lengths without sawing. Built 
in the most substantial manner. The rods are thoroughly protected from the fire, the top, sides and bottom are cut in 
sections to prevent cracking. Provided with 8-inch smoke collar. Legs fit into duffs. 



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[171] 




Excdaor Stove S-Manulacturin^Compaijy 




Wonder National 



Air Tight Wood Heater 



Made of Blue Steel 



Number Length 

221A 21 inches 
226A 26 inches 



Width 

16 inches 
18 inches 



Body Height 

18 inches 
24 inches 



Weight Priee 

65 $ 

85 



Nickel Foot Rails, per pair, all sizes . Extra 

Nickel Top Ring for 221 Extra 

Nickel Top Ring for 226 Extra 

Nickeled Feet per set Extra 



Code 
Word 

Eviction 
Evidence 

Eradiate 
Erasable 
Erasion 
Wrap 




Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

221B 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 75 $ Evince 

226B 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 95 Evoke 

Nickeled Feet and Base . Extra Wrist 

PricQ includes cast base and nickel foot rails. 




Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

221C 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 81 $ Evolve 

226C 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 101 ' Exact 

Nickeled Feet and Base Extra Wrist 

Price includes cast base, nickel foot rails, nickeled top ring. 

DESCRIPTION 

Steel linings in all sizes, lined close to the top and reinforced with cast 
plate inside the draft opening, the cast elbow is made in one piece, solid cast 
top with check draft damper. 

Nickel urn and name plate on all sizes. 

Length of stove is without front draft pipe. 

NATIONAL QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY 

[172] 



National Steves, I?§ii^es and Furnaces 



Welcome National 



Air Tight Wood Heater 



Made of Blue Steel 



Code 

Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

18A 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 39 $ Equity 

121A 21 inches 16 inches 18-inches 44 ...... Equivalent 

24A 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 55 Equivocal 

26A 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 60 Equivocate 

Nickel Foot Rails, per pair, all sizes Extra Eradiate 

Nickel Top King for 121 Extra Erasable 

Nickel Top Ring for 26 Extra Erasion 

Cooker Pan for 18-121 .Extra Erasure 

Cooker Pan for 24-26 Extra Erebus 

Nickeled Feet, per set Extra Wrap 

Note — Cooker pan fits inside the fuel ring and under the cover, has 
8-inch lid in bottom, a deep oast iron pan for cooking and bakes like the old- 
fashioned Dutch oven. 





Number Length • Width Body Height Weight 

121B 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 54 
26B 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 66 
Price includes Cast Base and Nickel Foot Rails. 

Cooker Pan No. 121 Extra 

Cooker Pan No. 26 Extra 

Nickeled Feet and Base Extra 



Code 
Price Word 

$ Erectable 

...... Erectile 

Erasure 

Erebus 

Wrist 




Price 



Code 

Word 



Number Length Width Body Height Weight 

121C 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 60 $ Erection 

26C 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 73 Erective 

Price includes Cast Base, Nickel Foot Rails, Nickeled Top Ring. 



Cooker Pan No. 121 Extra 

Cooker Pan No. 26 Extra 

Nickeled Feet and Base Extra 



Erasure 
Erebus 
Wrist 



DESCRIPTION 

Steel linings in all sizes, lined close to the top and reinforced with cast 
plate inside the draft opening, the cast elbow is made in one piece, the cast 
smoke collar and fuel ring are reinforced with cast ring inside the body. Swing 
top and draft damper are machine fitted. 

Nickel urn, name plate and knobs on all sizes. 

Length of stove is without front draft pipe. 

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m 




Excddor Stove S-Manufaclurin^Coinpaipr 



Kenwood National 



For Wood Only 



Made of Blue Steel 















Code 


dumber 


Length 


Width 


Body Height 


Weight 


Price 


Word 


221A 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 


85 


$ 


Escxilent 


224A 


24 inches 


17 inches 


24 inches 


92 




Esoteric 


226A 


26 inches 


18 inches 


24 inches 


98 




Espalier 



Nickeled Swing Top, Name Plate and Turnkey. 




Code 
Number Length Width BodylHeight Weight Price Word 

221B 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 97 $ Espial 

224B 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 104 Espousal 

226B 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 110 Esquire 

Nickeled Foot Rails, Swing Top, Name Plate and Turnkey. 




I 



iii 



Code 

Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

221C 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 103 $ Essayist 

224C 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 111 Essence 

226C 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 117 Essential 

Nickeled Top Ring, Foot Rails, Swing Top, Name Plate and Turnkey. 



DESCRIPTION 

A first quality Air Tight Heater with cast iron front, cast iron top and 
cast iron bottom, front feed door lOJixlOJ^-inch opening. Sheet steel adjust- 
able linings, 15 inches high. Wheel register draft opening and check draft in 
top. 

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[174] 



^t^^IU 




National Staves. K^^es and Furnaces 



Kenwood National 



For Wood Only 



Made of Blue Steel 





Number 


Length 


Width 


Body Height 


Weight Price 


Code 
Word 


21 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 


47 $ 


Erectly 


24 


24 inches 


17 inches 


24 inches 


49 ...... 


Erelong 


26 


26 inches 


1 8 inches 


24 inches 


52 


Ergot 



Nickeled Name Plate and Turnkey. 



Number 
210 
240 
260 



Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 51 $ Ermine 

24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 54 Erode 

26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 60 Erosion 

Nickeled Foot Rails, Name Plate and Turnkey. 



Number 


Length 


Width 


Body Height 


Weight Price 


Code 

Word 


210R 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 


57 $ 


Erosive 


260R 


26 inches 


18 inches 


24 inches 


64 


Erotic 1 



Nickeled Top Ring, Foot Rails, Name Plate and Turnkey. 

DESCRIPTION 

A first quality Air Tight Heater with cast front feed door lOMxlOj^- 
inch opening. Steel adjustable linings 15 inches high; wheel register 
draft opening, check draft in top; large flat cooking surface on top. 

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[175] 




Excddor Stove &Maiiufacturm^Coinrtpaipr 



Standard National 



With Cast Top 



For Wood Only— Made of Blue Steel 

Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

218 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 50 $ Erudite 

221 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 62 Eruption 

22S 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 69 Eruptive 

232 32 inches 22 inches 24 inches 100 Escahid 

Nickeled urn, damper and turnkeys. 

Drop ash door for removing ashes, adjustable linings, deflected tops. 

No. 232 is extra strong, has six legs. Made for stores, halls, schools, etc. 




Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

318 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 54 $..... Escolop 

321 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 66 Escarp 

326 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 74 Eschalot 

Nickeled foot rails, urn, damper and turnkeys. 




'..p-'^ 













Code 


vT umber 


Length 


Width 


Body Height 


Weight Price 


Word 


321R 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 


72 $ 


Eschew 


326R 


26 inches 


18 inches 


24 inches 


80 


Escort 



Nickeled top ring, foot rails, damper, urn and turnkeys. 



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176] 



National stoves, I?§i)^es and Furnaces 






Standard National 



For Wood Only 



Made of Blue Steel 

Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

18 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 24 $ Endow 

121 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 32 Enjoin 

21 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 34 Endure 

24 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 37 Enjoy 

26 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 40 Endwise 

32 32 inches 22 inches 24 inches 50 Enema 

Nickeled urn, damper and turnkeys. 

Drop ash door for removing ashes, adjustable linings, deflected tops. 

No. 18 has 3 legs only. 

No. 82 is extra strong, has 6 legs. Made for stores, halls, schools etc. 



Number Length 

210 21 inches 

240 24 inches 

. 260 26 inches 



Code 
Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

16 inches 24 inches 38 $ Enemy 

17 inches 24 inches 41 Ensample 

18 inches 24 inches 45 Energetic 



Nickeled foot rails, damper, urn and turnkeys. 




Number 


Length 


Width 


Body Height 


Weight Price 


Code 
Word 


210R 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 


44 $ 


Energize 


260R 


26 inches 


18 inches 


24 inches 


51 


Energy 



Nickeled top ring, foot rails, damper, urn and turnkeys. 



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NAnom/ ^ 



Excdsior Stove &Maiiiifaclura^Coinpaij)r 



Special National 



For Wood Only 



Made of Blue Steel 



Code 

Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

180 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 19 $ Enfilade 

18 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 20 Effusive 

121 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 25 Enlarge 

21 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 28 Enforcer 

24 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 31 Enlist 

26 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 34 Engage 

32 32 inches 22 inches 24 inches 47 Engaging 

Nickeled urn, damper and turnkey. 

No. 180 has no lining. No. 180-18 has 3 legs only. 

Six-inch front cap can be removed in taking out ashes. 












Code 


•dumber 


Length 


Width 


Body Height Weight Price 


Word 


1210 


21 inches 


16 inches 


18 inches 29 $ 


Enroot 


210 


21 inches 


16 inches 


24 inches 32 


Engender 


240 


24 inches 


17 inches 


24 inches 35 


Enrobe 


260 


26 inches 


18 inches 


24 inches 39 


Engine 



Nickeled foot rails, damper, urn and turnkey. 




Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price 

210R 21 inches 16 inches 24 inches 38 $ 

260R 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 45 

Nickeled top ring, foot rails, damper, urn and turnke3^ 



Code 
Word 

Engird 
English 



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[178] 




National stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 





Dixie National 



For Wood Only 



Made of Uniform Color Steel 

Code 
Number Length Width Body Height Weight Price Word 

180 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 18 $ Entreat 

18 18 inches 14 inches 15 inches 19 Entree 

121 21 inches 16 inches 18 inches 24 Entry 

24 24 inches 17 inches 24 inches 29 Entwine 

26 26 inches 18 inches 24 inches 32 Envelope 

A good air-tight heater, with removable steel lining, in all sizes except the 
No. 180. Fuel cover made in one piece. Tops deflected to prevent warping. 
Screw draft damper, extra strong sheet steel legs, fastening into loops under 
the stove, nickel damper, urn and keys. No. 180-18 has 3 legs only. 




Near Air-tight 



For Wood Only 



Made of Uniform Color Steel 



Number 
16 



Diameter Body 

13 inches 



Body Height 

15 inches 



Weight Price 

16 $.... 



Code Word 

Effluence 



A round wood heater with 10-inch fuel opening in top and 6-inch pipe 
collar on rear, mounted on three steel legs, has nickel front damper and knob 
on cover. Has no lining. 



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[179] 



Excdaor Stove S-Manufacbira^Ccanpaipr 




Steel Drum Oven 



Number 


Outside 


Oven 


Weight 


Price 


Code 
Word 


14 


18x14 


18x10 


17 


$ 


Warp 



This entire oven is made of sheet steel. The collars and 
ends are swedged together, which makes it absolutely smoke 
and gas tight. 

The weight does not exceed half of that of the cast end 
drum, and makes a corresponding saving in freight. 




National Drum Oven 



Price 
Mounted 



Code 
Word 

Warning 
Warrant 



Number Outside Oven Weight 

18 18x14 18x11 34 

18 Castings and Rods only 20 

Price includes cast plate to protect inside oven from fire. 
Note the inside oven space is one inch wider than any 
other oven drum on the market. 

Neate-st and best oven made. Can be attached to any 
stove pipe. 




Dandy Drum 



For Soft Coal, Hard Coal or Wood 





Size 


Length 


Height 






Code 


Number 


Pipe 


Body 


Body 


Weight 


Price 


Word 


21 


6 in. 


21 in. 


24 in. 


24 


$ 


.Wide 



Made of smooth steel with clean-out soot door in front and 
heat retainer inside. Each drum substantially crated. 



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EFFICIENCY 



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Flue Drum 



Blue Steel 



With Cast-iron Heads 



uinber 


Length 
Inches 


28 


28 


32 


32 


36 


36 


53 


53 



Size Pipe 


Weiglit Price 


Code Word 


6 inches 


31 $ 


Wafer 


6 inches 


34 


Waft 


6 inches 


54 


Wag. 


7 inches 


77 


Wisdom 




Excelsior Drum 



For Soft Coal, Hard Coal or Wood 



Diam. Size Height Price Code 

Number Body Pipe Body Weight Mounted Word 

16 17 in. 6 in. 24 in. 57 $ Wadd 

17 17 in. 7 in. 24 in. 57 Wadded 

16 Castings and Rods only 45 ...... Wadding 

17 Castings and Rods only 45 Wallow 

This drum is highly satisfactory for the use of soft coal, hard 
coal and wood. It has four ventiduct tubes 33^ inches in diameter, 
which circulate the air from the floor through ducts and out of the 
top. A new and handsome pattern. 



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National Freight Car 
Heater 









Code 


No. 




Price 


Word 


28A 


With 4 joints pipe, 2 elbows, 








collar and wire 


$ 


Etching 


28B 


Without pipe, etc 




Eternize 



Made of 27 gauge steel with folding legs and fiat cooking top. 

Size 17H in. diameters, 28 in. long, 30 in. high. Weighs 30 
pounds. 

Feed door opening 93^^ xl43^ in. 

Screw damper with hot blast down draft. 

Pipe, etc., packed inside of stove; each stove securely crated. 
One in a crate. 




K. D. Air-Tight Heaters 

Made of Blue Steel— For Wood Only 

Number Length Width Height Body Weight Price , Word 

18 18 inches 11 inches 13 inches 21 $ ^ Envoy 

22 22 inches 13 inches 163^ inches 28 " Epact 

24 24 inches 14 inches 163^ inches 30 Epha 

26 26 inches 15 inches * 16}4 inches 33 - Ephod 

The illustration shows our knocked down air-tight heater placed upon the box in which it is packed for shipping. 
Saves space. The No. 24, packed in box, measures 53^x18x27 inches, and contains 2,673 cubic inches.'^- Saves freight. 
Body is embossed blue steel with cast corners, cast legs and steel lining. Edges are made of slotted steel tubing, and slides 
over special folded ends, making strictly air-tight and ash-proof joints. Legs bolt on bottom; easily set up. Nickeled 
urn and damper. 

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Excelsior Tank Heater 



Height Code 

Number Diameter Body Weight Price Word 

2 12 inches 24 inches 135 $ Witless 

4 14 inches 24 inches 165 Witling 

6 24 inches 24 inches 195 Wistful 

Made of one piece cast iron body, with cast grate, cast ash 
pan and cover. Galvanized iron smoke pipe with damper and 
cap. 

Require no fastenings in tank, sinks of its own weight. 
The cast cover swings to admit draft in the tube, and closes 
thoroughly tight; will hold fire perfectly. Burns chips, cobs, 
wood or coal. Guaranteed not to leak. 



Sectional View 



SMOKE OUTLET 

40T llR^roWl'HW'MH HOT AIA 




National Radiator 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 



Number Size Body Size Pipe No. Tubes Weight Price Code Word 

63 12 x26 inches 6 inches 5 17 $ Warworn 

64 13>^x28 inches 6 inches 6 22 Wassail 

74 13^2X28 inches 7 inches 6 22 Wasteful 

Made of all sheet steel with ventiduct tubes, which circulates the air of the room contin- 
ually The deflector plates maintain the products of combustion around the tubes and agamst 
the interior of the body. Can be attached directly to a stove collar or to the stovepipe m room 
above. 



CHOKE INLET 



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National Feed Cookers 




Cooking feed for stock pays the stock raiser well in dollars and cents ; 
and the NATIONAL Feed Cooker is one of the best on the market. It is 
carefully made, of best quality material, and furnished in seven different 
sizes. 

Jacket is made of heavy steel, carefully constructed, and neatly 
painted. We fit a heavy angle iron around the bottom of the jacket, 
instead of the flat band used by others. The angle is much better than a 
flat band, for the angle keeps the cooker from settling down into the earth 
when in use; and we call particular attention to this very important point 
of superiority of our cooker. The handles are malleable iron, and very 
strong. 

Kettle is made of No. 1 pig iron, guaranteed not to fire crack; and 
carefully tested before being shipped. 

Either wood or coal can be used for fuel, separate grate for coal being 
furnished when so ordered; no grate is required when fuel is wood. 



Size 
No. 


Actual 
Capacity 
Gallons 


Diameter 

Kettle 
Across Top 


Depth 

of 
Kettle 


Weight 

Complete 

Cooker 


Price 

Cooker and 

Kettle 


Coal 
Grates 
Extra 


1 


15 


24 in. 


133^ in. 


100 lbs. 


$ 


$ 


3 


30 


30 in. 


16 in. 


175 lbs. 






4 


45 


34 in. 


183^ in. 


200 lbs. 






5 


55 


36 in. 


21 in. 


225 lbs. 






6 


65 


Zm in. 


21 in. 


300 lbs. 






7 


75 


41 in. 


22 in. 


325 lbs. 







Pipe elbow and damper, per set extra, $ . 




\1 

\} 

When Orderingr Separate 
Jackets for feed cookers measure 
the kettle around the outside, about 
one inch from top, where you wish 
jacket to fit it. Measure under the 
kettle flange. 




National Butchers* Stove 



No 45 60 

Capacity Gallons 45 * 60 

Price, for Wood Each $ $ 

Price, for Wood and Coal Each 

The NATIONAL Butcher Stove makes a good boiler for 
cooking feed or heating water; can also be used for rendering 
lard. Furnace is made with a steel drum, which is strong and 
durable. Kettles are made from No. 1 pig iron, and carefully 
tested before being shipped. Regularly furnished for wood; coal 
fixtures are extra. 



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Excddor Stove &ManufacluriD^Ganpaipr 
A Brief Treatise on Warm Air Furnaces 

By J. D. G. Anderhill 



Furnaces — To the average person a Furnace has the appearance of being a complex apparatus, made up of a 
labyrinth of pipes and internal mechanism which requires a master mechanic and the knowledge of an expert heating 
engineer to install, besides extraordinary intelligence to operate. 

This is not compatible with the facts. A Furnace is simply a stove located in the cellar with casings around it 
designed to trap the radiation from the heater so that by the addition of a cold air supply to the casing, the heated air 
may be driven from the casing into the several rooms of a residence through the pipes at the top of the casing, thereby 
making it possible with one fire or apparatus to heat the entire house from a central point. 

It is therefore logical that the efficiency of the apparatus will be strictly in accordance with the quahfications of the 
apparatus as a heat generator, and the proper relations of the piping to transmit the heat to the places desired. There 
are absolute laws that govern these functions which, although very simple, must be closely followed to obtain the required 
results. 

Natural Heat — Is obtained from an open fire by the direct rays passing through the air. Direct heat rays do 
not heat the air; they heat the objects. An open fire-place is a good example; it warms the objects which are in line with 
the heat rays. A man standing before the open fire is warmed in front, while his back remains cold, because the air in 
the room is cold and his back is exposed to the cold air. Again, the sun heats the earth and objects by direct rays; there- 
fore, a person in the shade not exposed to the rays of the sun, feels the air blow cool, although it has been exposed to the 
sun constantly. 

Artificial Heat — From a fire that is burned within an enclosure is obtained by Radiation and Convection. The 
heat is transmitted from the fire to the air which in turn heats the objects. Therefore, the radiant-heat is conducted 
to the air through the exposed surface of the apparatus, the volume of which will be the exact equivalent of the exposed 
radiating surface. This is exemphfied by the multiphcity of flanges on the body of air cooled cylinders in automobiles, 
that have the efficiency to radiate the heat from a continuous fire, and the friction heat of the piston inside the cylinder 
to effectually prevent overheating. 

Combustion — Perfect combustion consists in the complete consumption of the Hydro-carbons (gas) and the 
Fixed-carbon (coke) being the component parts of the fuel that measures its value for heat efficiency. An analysis of an 
ordinary grade of Bituminous coal consists of thirty-five per cent Hydro-carbons, fifty-seven per cent Fixed-carbon and 
eight per cent ash. The Fixed-carbon burned within the fire pot of the Furnace supplies its quota of heat. The Hydro- 
carbons are volatile, they are driven out of the coal by the heat from the fire, and escape unburned out of the chimney, 
unless they are made combustible. This can be done through a proper mixing with heated air in the presence of a fire, 
which will ignite the mixture and burns with an incandescent flame, 

(Welsbach with his gas mantle produces perfect combustion of gas, through a mixture of air, gas and fire, while 
confined within the limits of the mantle, thereby greatly increasing the illuminating efficiency, also completely consuming 
the smoke product.) 

The consumption of the Hydro-carbons adds its quota of heat to that of the Fixed-carbon and largely ehminates the 
black smoke and soot which is an indication that combustion is imperfect. 

Humidity — Generally speaking. Furnace manufacturers have seriously neglected to provide their apparatuses 
with a satisfactory means of supplying the necessary humidity to the air for living rooms. While it is true that a water- 
pan is usually found in the Furnace casing somewhere, it is generally placed opposite the ash-pit where it does not evap- 
orate more than twenty-five per cent of moisture. 

The amount of moisture or water vapor contained in the atmosphere means the number of grains of vapor per cubic 
foot of air. The Dew point is the point at which saturation is complete, when the air can no longer retain the yapor, it 
is deposited in the form of dew. 

When the air contains eighty-five per cent of water vapor we consider it damp, at sixty-five per cent moderately 
dry, fifty per cent is dry, thirty-five per cent very dry, twenty-five per cent is considered extremely dry. 

If we can realize that the average outdoor humidity is sixty-five per cent and our homes during the winter months 
contain not more than twenty-five per cent moisture, we can easily account for the shortage through these manifestations. 
Colds, chapped and rough skin, dry throat and nostrils, the furniture falls apart, piano gets out of tune, the flooring pre- 
sents unsightly cracks, plants and flowers wither and die, we feel uncomfortable unless the thermometer registers 75 or 80. 
Cold cream and cough drops become a daily necessity. All these ills and discomforts are traceable to a lack of necessary 
moisture in the air. 

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The average home requires an evaporation of from 15 to 20 quarts of water every twenty-four hours to maintain 
the necessary humidity. To accompHsh this result requires that the evaporating pan be placed in proximity to the 
firepot section of the furnace, which is the hottest portion of the apparatus. 

It should not be located in such position in the casing which permits the cold air to surround it, since in such location 
it is impossible to obtain the necessary heat to evaporate a sufficient quantity of water. 

The pan should be located directly over the ash-pit and under the feed opening at which place there is always suffi- 
cient space for the admission of the water-pan. This position is obscured from the cold air flow through the casing. More- 
over, it occupies otherwise waste space. With such arrangement it is possible to evaporate large quantities of water. 

Hereifl lies the great advantage of Warm Air Furnace heating system over that of Steam or Hot Water heaters. 
Steam heating plants have no means of evaporation without placing water-pans on the radiators, which are inadequate 
for the purpose. Hot Water Heating systems do not provide for evaporation into the rooms, the water being confined 
inside the radiators. Location of the evaporating pan in Warm Air Furnaces is very important and should have careful 
consideration by P'urnace Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Installation of Warm Air Furnaces — Requires that the craftsman should be able to calculate the volume 
of warm air necessary to heat a given space, and the size apparatus most suitable without depending upon the capacity 
rating listed by the various manufacturers of Furnaces, which are not always reliable. 

It is not sufficient to use the ''rule of thumb,*' that specifies a furnace with a twenty-four inch firepot to heat an 
eight-room residence, regardless as to the conditions of size, exposure, thickness of walls, locality, etc. 

Many furnaces on the market, and frequently those of reputable manufacturers, are ** air -bound," consequently 
are much over-rated in capacity. Therefore it occurs that Furnaces are installed with a number of warm air pipes leading 
from the casing, greatly in excess of the furnace ability to deliver a volume of warm air to fill all the pipes, with the 
result that one or more of the pipes are ''starved," causing a cold air return from some of the rooms through the warm 
air pipes. This condition is met by the mechanic with futile attempt to cap or trap some warm air from the casing to 
these particular rooms, or the replacing of an obstinate pipe with one of a larger size. Failure to get results from these 
efforts as a last resort, excess firing at great expense of fuel and over heating the cellar ends in utter failure. 

It is not consistent to assume that sixty per cent of the space inside the casing is occupied by the Furnace, and that 
the remaining forty per cent less the friction loss is available for warm air current, which is a rule of custom and approved 
by many furnace manufacturers. The available warm air supply within the casing which may be taken off should be 
based on the B. T. U., determined from the area of the grate surface, and may be calculated on the basis that: One inch 
of grate surface will supply 13^ inch of warm air pipe area, assuming that the casing contains one-sixth more area than 
the combined area of all the warm air pipes, this rule will be found to meet the requirements. 

Size Furnace — The required size Furnace for a specific installation can be estimated only after finding the tota 
area of all warm air pipe outlets. This is found after calculating the size of each pipe for the particular rooms or spaces. 
The rule is as follows: — 

Find the exposed wall surface, then deduct the glass surface and divide by the thick- 
ness of the wall (in no case less than 10 inches). Next add the glass surface and multiply by 
75 (because one foot of glass surface cools 75 cubic feet of air per hour) . Add to these figures 
the cubic contents of the room and multiply by .013; results are area in square inches for 
warm air pipe. Twenty-five per cent less than these figures if for second fioor rooms. 
Outside doors are reckoned as equivalent to one -half their area in glass. 

Another method of determining the size warm air pipe required for a given size room is to reduce the whole to 
Equivalent Glass Surface (E. G. S.) . This is found by measuring the outside walls of the room and multiply by the height 
of the ceiUng. The wall surface is determined after deducting the glass surface exposed in the windows. The equivalent 
glass surface is found by dividing the wall surface after deducting the glass surface by four, then add the result to the glass 
surface. Dividing this by the cross-sectional area of the pipe gives the ratio of pipe area to E. G. S. 

Ordinarily 1 to 13^ square inches of pipe area to 1 square foot of E. G. S. is a reasonable basis for rooms on first 
floor. One square inch of pipe area to 13^ feet of E. G. S. for second floor rooms. For churches, stores, etc., four-fifths 
of the above will suffice. 

These calculations are based on zero weather and warm air pipes not to exceed 15 feet in length. These conditions 
should have an allowance of one per cent for each degree above or below zero. 



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n.,v.?°fh . S"PP'y-The cold air supply in warm air Furnace work is very important. Cold air is the motive 
airninP, w!f^J ?!. ! ™u'"'n*'' ^^^ ''^"''- ^^' ""'^ ^" forces the warm air out of the furnace casing into the warm 
Z StT . "^ °L ' ^"'■"^'^- ^'*^°"* ^ P'"°P"'' P"^h ''f ""'d ^'r- there will be an improper amount of warm 

a r out of the registers, regardless of the amount of fire in the Furnace. Merely burning coal does not represent the volume 
ot warm air obtainable from the register, therefore the necessity for proper size and other conditions in the cold air duct. 
Cold air supply taken from outside should be of a size equal to three-fourths of the area of all the warm air pipes- 
cold air when heated expands and increases in volume by one-fourth. 

Combination cold air supply from outisde and inside is a practical installation if arranged with a damper so that the 
air may be taken from outside exclusively through the day, then reversed to take the supply during the night from inside. 

An ideal system for combination cold air supply from out and inside, in which both act simultaneously, may be con- 
structed by the use of the Furnace Pit. The pit should be the full diameter of the casing; the required depth to be 
found after computing the area of both cold air ducts. In a ca^es it should be as shallow as possible. The pit to be 
provided with a brick pier to support the Furnace, also a 2-inch wide brick partition, extending up to the Furnace bottom 
which divides the pit mto two compartments. The outside air to be connected to one of the compartments while the 
mside air should be led to the other. The outside air duct should be provided with a slide damper for adjustment during 
stormy weather The sizes for cold air ducts with this system must be sixty per cent inside air, and forty per cent outside 
air, based on full area of all warm air outlets. 

Cold air supply exclusively from the inside should equal in area all the warm air pipes. Inside air after the rooms are 
warmed has expanded nearly one hundred per cent, therefore the necessity to equalize the volume. The cold air register 
face should be placed in the hall or living room. It may be placed in the floor, using hardwood register face for the 
purpose These are obtmnable in various shapes and may be placed in the face of the hall seat or in the side wall of the 
stairs where the register will make a neat trimming. Ample opening must be allowed to permit the required flow of cold 

Cold Air Duct — Modern practice of supplying the Furnace with cold air taken from the hall or living room of 
a residence is commendable, it is self-regulating and not affected by weather conditions. I realize that many people 
contend that the inside air becomes vitiated. This would be true if our homes were built air-tight. Facts are that the 
air leakage through the door and window frames usually is quite sufficient to supply the Furnace and occupants of a 
home with the necessary fresh air. A single gas jet burning in a room has the effect of vitiating more -air per hour than 
the exhalation of twenty persons. From this it may be judged that there is an expression of needless alarm about the fou 
air present in our homes. 

Cold Air Room — When outside air is used exclusively for cold air supply, it is always best to build a separate 
cold air room. This room should have an area at least three times that of all warm air pipes; it should be connected to 
a cellar window with a wire screen over the outside to prevent debris blowing into the cold air room. The window must 
have an area greater than the warm air pipes. Connection from the cold air room should enter a pit under the Furnace 

u """Ji""*" "' "" '■^''"■^°''' f"' *•»« ""Id air, and will not be affected easily by every change of wind. The duct connect- 
ing the cold air room to the Furnace pit requires a damper which will serve to regulate the quantity of air admitted to the 
furnace. The cold air room should be built as nearly air-tight as possible; dressed flooring lumber with joints made up 
close, or galvanized sheet metal, will serve the purpose. The cold air pit and underground duct should be built of cement 
or brick laid m cement mortar. Tee-iron covering bars, to support the brick top over the cold air trench with well 
cemented joints makes a permanent covering, and may be filled over with earth. 

Cold Air Pit — In former years it was a universal custom for Furnace men to excavate a "pit" or well hole under 
the furnace, the pit was made circular in form and of a size to fit the base ring of the Furnace. The cold air supply entered 
this pit and distributed the air equally to all the open space between the ash pit.bottom and casing. Recent practice 
on account of less cost, has prompted the men who install Furnaces to admit the cold air into the casing above the base 
rmg, preferably in the rear of the Furnace, using for the purpose a "cold air shoe" made of galvanized sheet metal. 

This change in the conditions has led to new difficulties. Many Furnaces, built without regard to where the cold 
air duct would be attached, are found to be improperly proportioned, a faulty construction on account of the ash pit 
bemg too close to the casmg, causing eddies, or a whirling motion of the cold air at the entrance, thereby seriously inter- 
fering with the proper volume finding its way into the casing. Although the cold air inlet through the casing may indicate 
a capacity equal to all the requirements, still the Furnace is at best a partial failure, and consumes unnecessarily large 
quantities of fuel, to compensate for a shortage of air, by overheating the air that is present. 

• u ^^A '*'^*'*°'"^ ^'■°™ *■•*'' '^^ P'* *" ^^^ "''Sing should equal one-sixtieth of the area of the cold air supply. This rule 
IS based on Furnaces with the rear of ash pit circular in form. This is one of the most important features in Furnace 
construction and should be carefully considered by Furnace manufacturers and dealers. 



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Furnace Casings — Should be made double; a single casing lined with asbestos sheathing does not sufficiently 
retard the heat from the cellar. The addition of corrugated tin or iron riveted against the inside casing is an improve- 
ment; however, it lays too close to the casing to effectually retard the heat. The best form for Furnace casings consists 
of an outer casing made of galvanized iron with an inner lining supported not less than three-quarters of an inch from 
the outer casing. This method provides a clear space between the two casings for the circulation of the air upw^ard to 
the bonnet; the supply originating from the cold air duct, thoroughly prevents radiation into the cellar from the casing. 
The inner lining should be made of a thin black iron (which has an affinity for heat), being of light weight it discharges 
readily the heat absorbed from the furnace; the dimensions of this black iron Uning in the average size furnace equals 
50 square feet of hot metal for the cold air to impinge upon during its passage through the casing, therefore it has an 
efficiency toa valuable to be omitted. 

Location of Furnace — The Furnace should be placed as nearly central as possible to the registers thereby 
making all warm air pipes of nearly equul lengths, with the shortest pipes toward the north and west on account of the 
prevailing winter winds from those directions. Generally speaking, it is impossible to force the warm air against the cold 
winds, therefore the necessity to favor those pipes leading north or west. 

If the cellar is too shallow, the Furnace should be set below the cellar floor sufficient to give the warm air pipes an 
upward slope of at least one inch to each foot. 

Warm Air Pipes — These should be made of bright tin, all joints to be fitted as nearly air-tight as possible. 
All warm air pipes should be taken from the side of the Furnace bonnet as near to the top as possible, and all on a 
uniform level at the top. Asbestos paper covering over the warm air pipes will minimize the radiation into the cellar; 
it is most conveniently attached with paste, using wall paper paste for the purpose. 

Wall pipes for second floor rooms should have half the capacity of the leader pipe from the furnace, since these are 
placed vertical they have a "pull" which promotes circulation; therefore, leader pipes to second floor rooms may be 
smaller and longer than those for first floor. Each warm air pipe should be provided with a sohd damper set near to the 
Furnace and fit close inside the pipe. These dampers serve to distribute the warm air flow to the various rooms in 
quantities to suit the requirements, they also provide means for totally closing off any apartment desired. 

There is no merit in the use of trunk pipe service, namely one or two main leader pipes with branches radiating 
off to the various rooms, however, with the use of the Double Wall Pipes and Base Board Registers, it is practical to use 
one leader pipe to serve an upper and lower room. 

Size of Registers — The designated sizes of registers, while indicating the size opening, refers to the space occupied 
through the floor, it does not indicate air space available. The fret work constituting the face of the register is an 
obstruction equal to one-half of the listed size; therefore, this must be taken into account when estimating the size 
register required for a given size warm air pipe. 

Location of Registers — The general public seems to be of the opinion that the register should be located in 
a room at the place they desire to be kept warmest. The contrary of this opinion is true. 

Warm air from the register does not fill the room from the floor to the ceiling. It rises, or more properly speaking 
it is pushed wath force, out of the register by the cold air and continues in a straight column upward to the ceiling; 
it is then deflected toward the opposite wall, when it descends to the floor line and returns toward the starting point ; 
therefore, the room is filled with warm air from the ceiling downward. The warm air circulation is continuous since 
the exposed wall and glass surfaces cools the air. From this it will be seen that the coldest place in a room will always 
be that point next to the register. Consequently the registers should be placed away from all outside walls and windows 
and as near to the Furnace as possible. 

The first law of heat transmission is, to get the warm air into the room as quickly as possible. 

Side wall registers on first and second floors are not objectionable if proper sizes are used. 

Chimney Flues — A good chimney flue is required to operate any kind of Furnace. These should be built of 
brick, or brick and tile lining with opening inside 8x12 inches. For small houses an 8x8 flue is sufficient, since the heating 
apparatus wall necessarily be of a small size. The chimney should extend above the highest point of the roof to prevent 
dow^n-drafts. 

WTien building chimneys with fire-clay tiling, a 4-inch brick wall around the tiling will meet the requirements for 
fire-proofing. Chimney should begin at the extreme bottom of foundation and be provided with a soot drawer for con- 
venience in removing the ashes. The Furnace should have a separate flue with no stoves or openings into the same flue. 

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Detail of Various Methods of Cold Air Supply 
for Warm Air Furnaces 



This method is availabe, where the 
joists run in the direction required for 
the cold air duct. Wood flooring boards, 
or galvanized iron nailed under the 
joists, form the duct. A round pipe 
connects the duct to the cold air shoe. 




This is a popular method of cold air 
duct. A regular galvanized register 
box may be used in the floor, if the regis- 
ter box is too large to go between two 
joists then slots may be cut in the box 
to straddle the joist. 



This underground cold air supply has 
its inlet through a cellar window. Note 
the window in the cold air duct to admit 
natural light into the furnace room. The 
pier under the Furnace should be made 
of brick or concrete and strong enough 
to support the furnace. 



This arrangement of cold air supply is 
same as Fig. 3, excepting vertical por- 
tion is a cold air room, and may be 
arranged for inside air in addition to the 
outside air. Basement floor covering 
for cold air duct should be hard brick 
laid onto iron covering bars and all 
joints thoroughly filled with mortar. 



Fig, 4. The Cold Air Room 



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^m 






Circumference and Area of Circle 



Diam. 
Inches 


Circumference 


Area 


Diam. 
Inches 


Circumference 


Area 


Diam. 

Inches 


Circumference 


Area 


1 


3.141 


.7854 


: i4>^ 


45.55 


165.13 


28 


87.96 


615.75 


iy2 


4.712 


1.767 


1 15 


47.12 


176.71 


28^ 


89.53 


637.94 


2 


6.283 


3.141 


' 15)4 


48.69 


188.69 


29 


91.10 


660.52 


2y2 


7.854 


4.908 


1 16 


50.26 


201.06 


293^ 


92.97 


683,49 


3 


9.424 


7.068 


1 16J^ 


51.83 


213.82 


30 


94.24 


706.86 


s'A 


10.99 


9.621 


17 


53.40 


226.98 


301^ 


95.81 


730.61 


4 


12.56 


12.566 


17J4 


54.97 


240.52 


31 


97.38 


754.76 


m 


' 14.13 


15.904 


18 


56.54 


254.46 


31J^ 


98.96 


779.31 


5 


15.70 


19.635 


1834 


58.11 


268.80 


32 


100.5 


804.24 


^H 


17.27 


23.758 


; 19 


59.69 


283.52 


323^ 


102.1 


829.57 


6 


18.84 


28.274 


1 -19}^ 


61.26 


298.64 


33 


103.6 


855.30 


G'A 


20.42 


33 . 183 


20 


62.83 


314.16 


333^ 


105.2 


881.41 


7 


21.99 


38.484 


2oy2 


64.40 


330.06 


34 


106.8 


907.92 


73^ 


23.56 


44.178 


21 


65.97 


346.36 


343^ 


108.3 


934.82 


8 


^5.13 


50.265 


i 2iy2 


67.54 


363.05 


35 


109.9 


962.11 


83^ 


26.70 


56.745 


i 22 


69.11 


380.13 


35M 


111.5 


989.80 


9 


28.27 


63.617 


. 22>i 


70.68 


397.60 


36 


113.0 


1017.8 


m 


29.84 


70.882 


23 


72.25 


415.47 


363^ 


114.6 


1049.3 


10 


31.41 


78.539 


23^ 


73.82 


433.73 


37 


116.2 


1075.2 


ioy2 


32.98 


86.590 


• 24 


75.39 


452.39 


373^ 


117.8 


1104.4 


11 


34.55 


95.033 


24}i 


76.96 


471.43 


38 


119.3 


1134.1 


im 


36.12 


103.86 


25 


78.54 


490.87 


^sy2 


120.9 


1164.1 


12 


37.69 


113.09 


251^ 


80.10 


510.70 


39 


122.5 


1194.5 


123^ 


39.27 


122.71 


26 


81.68 


530.93 


391^ 


124.0 


1225.4 


13 


40.84 


132.73 


26 J^ 


83.25 


551 . 54 


40 


125.6 


1256.6 


13)^ 


42.41 


143.13 


27 


84.82 


572.55 








14 


43.98 


153.93 


27)4 


86.39 


593.95 









To find the area of a circle multiply the square of the diameter by .7854. 

To find the circumference of a circle when the diameter is given, multiply the given diameter by 3.1416. 

To find the diameter of a circle when circumference is given, multiply the given circumference by .31831. 

Sizes and Area of Round Pipes 

Velocity of Air discharged in cubic feet per minute at various elevation of the Pipes 



Size of Pipe 




Elevation of Pipe 


Elevation of Pipe 


Elevation of 


Diameter 


Area in Square 


1 inch to a foot 


12 inches to a foot 


Vertical Pipe 


Inches 


Inches 


discharges 100 


discharges 150 


discharges 300 






foot per minute 


foot per minute 


foot per minute 


7 


38.4 


26.7 


40. 


80. 


8 


50.2 


34.9 


52.3 


104.6 


9 


63.6 


44.1 


66.1 


132.2 


10 


78.5 


54.5 


81.7 


163.4 


12 


113. 


78.5 


117.7 


235.4 


14 


153.9 


106.9 


160.3 


320.6 


16 


201. 


139.6 


209.4 


418.8 


18 


254.4 


176.7 


265. 


530. 


20 


314.1 


218.1 


327.1 


654.2 


22 


380.1 


263.9 


395.8 


791.6 


24 


452.3 


314.1 


471.1 


942.2 


26 


530.9 


368.7 


553. 


1106. 


28 


615.7 


427.6 


641.4 


1282.8 


30 


706.8 


490.8 


736.2 


1472-4 


32 


804.2 


558.5 


837.7 


1675.4 


34 


907.9 


630.5 


945.7 


1891.4 


36 


1017. 


706.8 


1060.2 


2120.4 


38 


1134.1 


787.5 


1181.2 


2362.4 


40 


1256.6 


872.6 


1308.9 


2617.8 


42 


1385.4 


962.1 


1443 . 1 


2886.2 


44 


1520.5 


1055.4 


1583.1 


3166.2 


46 


1661.9 


1154.1 


1731.1 


3462.2 


48 


1809.6 


1256.6 


1889.9 


3769.8 


50 


1963.5 


1363.4 


2045.1 


4090.2 



The volume of air in cubic feet per minute discharged by a flue equals the velocity in feet per minute multiplied by 
the area in square feet. 

Rule — ■ To find the length time required to fill a room with warm air. Find the cubic contents of the room and divide 
by figures in above table; result is time in minutes. 

Example — Room 16x16x9 feet, equals 2304 cubic feet, divided by 78.5 (which is a 10 inch pipe with elevation 1 
inch to a foot) equals 29.35 minutes. 



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For Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 

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Note the Porcelain Enameled Water pan, removable for cleaning, Grate shaker openings and slotted Fire Pot. 
A self cleaning Furnace, with the largest active radiating surface. It burns the smoke. 

Description, Pages 193-201 —Detail, Page 196 

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FUEL-5AVING,5ELFCLEANmG 
SOOT-PROOF RADIATOR WITH 
PROJEaiNOAIRRADIATINO 
FINS. INSURING CREATEST 
HEAT-RADIATINO CARAaTY 



WATER- COIL HOLE- 
STOP. CONVENIENT 
FOR INSTALLING 

COILS FOR 
HEATING WATER 



EXTRA HEAVY SLOTTED 

SMOKE-BURNING 

UPPER SECTION 

FUELSAVINC 

FIRE-POT 



CASING 
DRAVS/ LUG 

INSURES 

PERFECT FIT 

OF CASING 



SHAKER HOLES WITH AIR- 
TIGHT SLIDE cover:shaker 

CANNOT BE REMOVED UNLESS 
BURNIN(3SIDE0F0RATEISIN 
PROPER POSITION TO FIRE 



EXTRA LARGE ASH-DOOR 

FITTEDAIR-TIGHT 

AND DUST-PROOF. 

CONVENIENT FOR 

REMOVING ASHES 




REMOVABLE PLATE 
CONVENIENT TO 

PLACE BOLTS 

IN CASINO 

WHEN ASSEMBLING 



MAIN FRONT 
CONSTRUCTED TO 

ALLOW FOR 
PROPER EXPANSION 
AND CONTRACTION 



AUTOMATIC DRAFT 

DAMPER CONTROL, 

OPERATES SMOKE-DRAFT 

DAMPER BV^OPENINGAND 

CLOSING FIRE-DOOR 



LARGE 
FIRE-DOOR 

WITH 
FIRE PROOF 
SPARK ARRESTER 



EXTRA LARGE CASTIRON 
SANITARY ENAMELED 
WATER -PAN^EASILY 
ACCESSIBLE FOR FILLING 
PRODUaNG PROPER HUMIDITY 



HEAVY 
SECTIONAL 
CAST-IRON 
BASE- RING 



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For Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 



Easily sold because the prospective buyer can appreciate its superior qualities. 



Secure the Agency 




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DIRECT DRAFT 
DAMPER OPERATED 
BV OPENING 
AND CLOSING 
FEED-DOOR 



EXTRA HEAVY 
SELF-CLEANING 
HEAT- DEFLECTOR 



NATIONAL 

WATER COIL. 

HEATS MOST 

WATER FOR 

FUEL CONSUMED 

STRAIGHT-SIDE 

SMOKE-BURNING 

FIRE- POT 

WITH 

RADIATING FINS 

TRIANGULAR 

GRATE BARS. 

THE MOST 

DURABLE GRATE 

MADE 

3A-INCHHOLE 
THROUGH SMOKE- 
BURNING FIRE -POT 
AIDS PROPER 
COMBUSTION 




CASING 

DRAW LUG 

SIMPLIFIES 

INSTALLATION 

AND SAVES TIME 



CHAINS OPERATE 

DRAFT FROM 
LIVING ROOMS. 
ACONVENIENCE 
FOR OPERATOR 



HEAVY 

INSIDE CASING 

FORMS A WALL 

FOR HEAT 

CHAMBER 



ONE- INCH DEAD-AIR 
SPACE BETWEEN OUTER 

AND INNER CASING 
FORMS A SECOND WALL 

FOR HEAT CHAMBER 



NON-BREAKABLE 

PERFECT FITTING 

CASING RING. 



OUTSIDE 

HEAVY-GALVANIZED 

CASING FORMS 

THIRD WALL 

FOR HEAT CHAMBER 



Sectional View with Casing 



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Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnaces have many exclusive features not found in other makes. Economy, convenience 
and satisfaction for the user. 

Also made in One Register style. 



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HEAVY SELF-CLEANING 
HEAT DEFLECTOR BAFFLES 
THE PRODUCTS OF COMBUS 
TION BEFORE ENTERING 
REVERTABLE FLUE 



ALL CAST 

REVERTABLE 

FLUE INSURES 

A LONGER 

FIRE TRAVEL 



CHECK DAMPER 

LOCATED IN 

PROPER POSITION 

TO DO THE 

MOST GOOD 



UPPER SLOTTED 

SMOKE AND 

GAS BURNING, 

FUEL SAVING 

FIRE POT 



NATIONAL 

SELF-SEALING 

ETERNALLY 

GAS-TIGHT 

JOINT 



HEAVY 

BASE RING 

BRACE MAKES 

FOR DURABLE 

CONSTRUCTION 




Cross Sectional View 



SELF-CLEANING 

ADJUSTABLE RADIATOR 

NO SOOT FORMS 

TO RETARD 

RADIATION 



LARGE 

FEED SECTION 

A CONVENIENCE 

TO FEED 

FUEL 



LOCATION OF 
ENAMELED WATER 

PAN WHERE IT 

WILL EVAPORATE 

MOST WATER 



HEAVY TRIANGULAR 

GRATES MADE 

TO EOUALIZE 

WEAR FROM 

THREE SIDES 



GRATE 

HANGER 

CONVENIENT 

PLACE FOR 

REMOVAL 



ONE PIECE 

DEEPASH PIT 

ABSOLUTELY 

DUST AND 

GAS TIGHT 



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All Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnaces are made of analyzed Gray Iron, the most durable fire resisting metal known. 
Every Furnace is properly fitted and assembled before leaving the Factory. 



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Number of Furnace - 2U44A '94-48A 97 r,i a 

DmmeterTopofFirePot :.:: y. Inches 2^ ^^2i 27 

Depth of Fire Pot to Grate . . , Inches 13^ 14^ 16 

Diameter of Combustion Chamber mside Inches 25(1 283? ^2 

Diameter of Combustion Chamber outside over all Inches 34 '\7 4n 

Dianieter of Casing :;;::;;.' .Inches 44 48 51 

Height Lower Casing Inches 22 24 26 

Height Upper Casing inches 30 32 33 

ge^ght of Castmgs . Inches 51 J^ 55^ 61 

Height with 15-inch Bonnet Inches 67 71 7^ 

l^f f!^'^^''''' ''P^'''''^ ' ■ ■ -I^^hes 9^x14 lOHxU 10^x14 

l::tt£Tor^^^^^ itt: ''T^' ''T' ''T' 

Size Water Coil Pipe for Range Boiler'.V. ■.■.■.■..;■.■ inches 111 

Size Evaporating Pan Quarts 8 8 8 

Area Grate Surface^ Square inches 314 418 551 

Area Radmtmg Surface. . Square feet 45.64 57 04 71 3 

Amount of warm air area that may be used Square inches 522 708 907 

Warm Air Area within the Casing Square inches 699 843 1005 

Heating Capacity In I^OOO cubic feet 22-30 30-40 40-50 

Shipping Weight, Furnace without Casing Pounds 1425 1640 1925 

Shipping Weight Furnace, with Casing. Pounds 1590 1830 2150 

Price, Furnace without Casing Each $ $ $ 

*Price, Double Casing with 15-inch Straight Side Bonnet ..■..!'. .' .' .' .' .' Each $...... $'*....* $ 

For Extra Bonnet height add per inch all sizes extra. 

Can be furnished with Wood burning grate if desired. 

We can furnish a special Fire Pot for the use of Hard Coal. 

Note — Casing Rings, 24 yards Chain, 15 pounds asbestos cement and six Pulleys included in above Furnace prices. 

Double Tee Joints, see Page 240. 

Water coil, see Page 243. 

Repairs 

To facilitate ordering repair parts, or parts broken in transit, the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is made 
with every piece of casting having a special number cast integral, which indicates that particular casting and no 

other. Therefore, dealers will please order parts wanted, using these special numbers, which obviates the necessity of a 
lengthy description. 



Cycloidal National Furnaces 

Have the individuality that make them more desirable than all others. Note the increased Radiating surface and 
Self-cleaning feature of the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace. 



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Cycloidal National Furnace 

Air 7h'i%'i«!^i"fth»f °^ '^" "°''' in the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is as nearly perfect as is possible to obtain. 
Air, the element that produce^ combustion, is supplied to the fire at the bottom and top: it mixes with the escaping 
Fn^wlJ^h r^V "" «°""»^"«t'We The large combustion chamber above the fire pot is expanding spat^ for the Surf 
L"ndtSl^cTis^'e=f:;Lfcf Serfe-ct'r^^^^^^^^ «^'"^' *^^^^^^ completely^liminiti^ng the black smoke 

The Hypocycloidal shape of our Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace, with its broad tangent flanges, presents immense 
rXt \teTtf^^^^^^^ ^^- ^-- that^of a flat^urfLe, consec^uent^^ 

on theZS.^^^ ^''^''""'^ radiating surface of the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace with that of any other furnace 

Hot Blast Fire Pot 

Thirty-five per cent of the heat value of soft coal consists of gases. Our con- 
struction of two piece Tubular fire pot with the self-seahng joint distributes a hot 
blast air at the top causing the combustion of the fuel at the top instead of the 
center ot the hre. This increases the radiating power of the fire pot and prevents 
the accumulation of ashes around the edges of the fire pot which retards radiation. 

The fire pot is made in two parts; the expansion cup joint in the center pre- 
vents It from cracking. It is provided with fins on the outside that draw away 
any excessive heat and add materially to its radiating power. It is made exception- 
ally heavy; with the additional strength of the vertical flanges it will withstand 
the periodical severe heat produced from soft coal, 
the lower half of the pot has tubular openings the upper half slots, the air passing through the tubes 
■heated and enters the fire through the slots at the top of the fire only. x p^ & 

We can furnish a special Fire Pot for the use of Hard Coal 

Gas Burning Fire Pot 

We furnish this Special Fire Pot for burning coal 
and natural gas which may be used in our Cycloidal 
NATIONAL Furnace. The lower section of the pot is a 
cored casting with two l}i inch gas inlets. The gas 
orifices are under the arch to prevent coal ashes from 
entering the gas belt. This fire pot permits using coal 
or gas, at the same time, or separately, as desired. 
Best results are obtained with gas if artificial fuel is 
used. 

No. 21-44 Gas pot, Extra Price $ 

No. 24-48 Gas pot. Extra Price 

No. 27-51 Gas pot, Extra. Price 




Note that 
becomes super- 




NoTE — 2 Needle point valves. Air Mixers and 14-inch pipe Nipples included. 
These prices are for the Gas Pot when furnished instead of the regular Coal Pot. 



Grates 




The grate in our Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is the approved triangu- 
lar revolving bar type. It is geared into pairs, so that half the fire may be 
cleaned at a time, making it convenient for the operator. The bars* are 
mounted independently. For renewal they may be removed one at a time. 
No grate frame is used, therefore it saves repairing and is decidedly easy to 
manipulate. An ingenious construction prevents the operator from remov- 
ing the grate shaker without leaving all grate bars in their proper relation 
to the fire. 



Ash Pit 

The ash pit section is made in one piece nearly to the top; it is air and ash tight; there can be no leakage of ashes 
on the bottom into the casing where it finds its w'ay into the rooms above. The bottom of the ash pit is flat; it has no 
{projections that would prevent it from setting level. We recommend a layer of brick to be placed under the Furnace 
to guard against damp earth. 

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Automatic Damper 




The direct draft damper is designed to remain closed at all times, unless locked in an open position with the auto- 
matic device which operates in conjunction with ^the feed door. Tlie direct draft damper must be chained to the 
automatic device so that when the feed door is opened for replenishing the fire, it will automatically open the damper; 
there by preventing smoke or gases escaping into the cellar. This insures the fire control as desired by the operator. 

Revertible Flue 

The revertible flue on the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is provided with a direct draft damper which is oper- 
ated automatically with the feed door. The check damper at the base of flue retards the draft of the Furnace without 
interference with the chimney draft. On the contrary, it increases the circulation through the chimney by admitting 
waste air to fill the pipe which carries away any accumulation of soot in the chimney and the carbonic acid gases gener- 
ated from the fire. The use of this check damper allows sufficient time for heat transmission to the air space within the 
casing, through the agency of the cycloids and tangent fins, which completely envelop the body and fire pot of the Fur- 
nace. These fins absorb the heat from the fire and combustion chamber and present an enormous radiating surface for 
contact of the passing fresh air within the casing. The result of this excess radiation means more warm air out of each 
register and less fire in the furnace, therefore less coal consumption. 



Heat Deflector 

A heat deflector in the top of the combustion chamber baffles the products of combustion before entering the re- 
vertible flue. It is constructed open at the top and end. Small openings in the bottom of the deflector allow the ash 
accumulation to fall into the fire pot, therefore, all parts of the Furnace interior are self-cleaning. 

Ash Pan 

Every Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is supplied with a sheet steel Ash^Pan, made 
with an open end which scoops up all overflow ashes. This obviates the cloud of dust 
always present during the operation of removing the ashes with a shovel. This dust finds 
its way into the rooms through the joints of the registers with the flooring, and is more 
the cause than any other for complaints of the user. - 




Self -Sealing Joints 



The joints in the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace are our invention of self-sealing cup 
joints. These joints are properly distributed to provide for the necessary expansion and con- 
traction of the castings. These cup joints should be filled with asbestos cement before setting 
castings together, also cement all door frames before placing into position. 



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The Cycloidal NATIONAL Patented smoke 
burning fire pot, not only performs the office of burn- 
ing the gases and smoke, but eliminates Ash Dust when 
shaking the grates. The construction is such, that the 
twelve M-inch holes distributed evenly around the 
fire pot of No. 21-44, equals an open space of nine 
square inches. On Nos. 24-48 and 27-51 fourteen %- 
inch holes, or an open space of ten and one-half square 
inches. When shaking grates, the fine dust is drawn 
up through these large Fire Pot openings into the 
combustion chamber. These openings are 200 per cent 
larger than found in other furnaces. This exclusive 
sanitary feature can be found only in Cycloidal 
NATIONAL Furnaces and will be appreciated by 
the operator. 




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Cycloidal National Self-Cleaning 

Radiator, Baffle Plate and Revertible 

Flue 

With Its Immense Radiating Surface 

A Furnace with a self-cleaning radiator must be 
appreciated by the housewife, since it is possible to have 
clean curtains and wall paper at all times. It not only 
saves labor but money as well. Owing to the hypo- 
cycloidal shape, the broad tangent flanges present an 
immense surface for the air to impinge upon and multi- 
phes the radiating efficiency many times that of a flat 
surface, consequently the heating power is greater than 
ordinary furnaces. The No. 21-44 Cycloidal Radiator is 
28 inches in diameter. The circumference of a 28-inch 
circle is 87-96/100 inches. By measuring the outside 
circumference of the No. 21-44 Radiator you will find it 
to be 14 J^ feet or 100 per cent larger than other furnaces. 
The Nos. 24-48 and 27-51 will measure the same in 
proportion. This not only applies to the radiator but to 
all working parts of the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace 
which means 100 per cent more efficiency and a greater 
saving of fuel. 



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Evaporating Pan 




A one-piece Porcelain lined water pan (clean as a china dish) is furnished with the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnaces. 
It is demountable for cleaning, and swings outward with the front door, making it convenient to fill with water. It is 
placed close to the fire pot where it derives sufficient heat to evaporate large quantities of water, thereby keeping the 
air in the rooms in a pure and healthful state. 

Water Coil 




For heating water in the Kitchen Range Boiler, openings are provided for the admission of a one-inch pipe coil. 
These are placed at the top of the feed door where they do not interfere with the shovel while feeding fuel into the fire 
pot. The water pipes may be extended entirely across the combustion chamber if desired, or extended downward at 
an angle to the fire pot. However, experience has taught that in doing so it provides too much hot water for domestic 
purposes, causing the Boiler to steam. We recommend that the coil should not extend more than twelve inches inside 
the combustion chamber, with the downward slant that promotes circulation. 

The large combustion chamber of this Furnace makes it especially adaptable for combination warm air and Hot 
Water Heating system a convenience for heating remote rooms. 

Casings 

The casings are made double, namely: an outer casing made of Galvanized iron, the inner casing black iron with 
a one-inch air circulating space between the two. The inner casing absorbs heat from the Furnace and gives it off again 
to the passing air; it is far superior to corrugated tin or asbestos. The inner casing prevents the heat from reaching the 
outer casing, and minimizes the radiation into the cellar. The inner casing forms a secondary heating surface, which is 
too valuable to be omitted. 

Casing Rings 

The casing rings are made from solid wrought iron, rolled especially for the purpose. They are non-brea"kable, neat 
and strong. The base ring is sectional cast iron. It is cast independently from the ash pit, permitting the use of a foun- 
dation for the ash section only, when the furnace is set over a cold air pit. 

Castings 

All castings used in our NATIONAL Furnaces are made from the same high-grade metalhc iron that is used daily 
in the manufacture of our line of NATIONAL Stoves and Ranges; which is a close grain strong metal, compounded 
especially to produce an iron that will resist the attack of fire. There are very few Furnaces on the market in which 
the iron used will show an analysis equal in quality. 



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Wall Regulator 




This rt)^ulator is furnished freo with every NATIONAL Furnace. It is intended to be fastened to the door casing 
of the living room, the chains passing through the floor. One chain attaches to the front draft damper — the other to 
the check damper. This Regulator permits the operator to handle the dampers without going into the cellar. 



Manifestly 

NATIONAL Furnaces are not like any other Furnaces. They contain the individuality and results of practical 
knowledge that has taken cognizance of the requirements of the men who have to do with the installation of Furnaces, 
making our line exceptionally easy to assemble and install. All parts are shipped ''knocked down/' the largest section 
will pass through any ordinary door opening. 

The structural features are founded upon fact and not theory. They are the best heat generators ever offered the 
public. The air circulation is unobstructed and will deliver an amount of warm air not possible to obtain from any 
other Furnace. These features affect the coal pile to a remarkable degree, in that a decidedly notable saving is effected. 

If our Furnace would save not more than ten per cent in fuel, then the purchase of any other kind mean? just 10 
p3r cent tax paid annually. Inability to see, costs money. It is therefore well to look beyond the price-tag to obtain 
the service that makes for true economies. 



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Guarantee 

We guarantee all parts of our Furnaces to be perfect and in working condition. We further guarantee the capacities 
as rated, if properly installed, they will cover the requirements. We do not guarantee results of installation. 

Installation 

We are in position to furnish our customers expert assistance in making up necessary specifications for warm air 
installation — if you can furnish us drawings of the building or blue prints off of architect's drawing. If these are not 
available, send us a reasonably plain sketch of the building, giving size of rooms, location of all doors, windows and 
partition walls; also location and size of chimney. With this information we will be pleased to send you complete work- 
ing plans so that any ordinary tinner can install the furnace in a perfect manner. 



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DIAGRAM OF COMPARISON RADIATING SURFACE 



A 
B 
C 



A — Flat or smooth surface. 
B — Corrugated surface. 
C — Hypo-Cycloid surface. 



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Description, Pages 203-209 

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Showing Furnace with casing attached 



Higrade National Furnace 





For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 

Description, Pages 204-209 

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Cross Sectional View * 

Higrade NATIONAL Furnace 

The above illustrates our Higrade NATIONAL Furnace cut in half, showing the interior, the joints, large 
feed opening, large flue space in the radiator. Dotted lines indicate position of the water coil, to heat water for 
domestic use. 

Exceptionally durable and powerful heater. 

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Detail 



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For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 



Number of Furnace 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot Inches 

Depth of Fire Pot to Grate Inches 

Diameter of Radiator Inches 

Diameter of Casing Inches 

Height Lower Casing Inches 

Height Upper "Casing. Inches 

Height of Castings. ..'...... Inches 

Height with 15-inch Bonnet Inches 

Size Feed Door Opening Inches 

Size Ash Door Opening Inches 

Size Smoke Collar Inches 

Size Water Coil Pipe for Range Boiler Inches 

Size Water Pan Quarts 

Area Grate Surface Square inches 

Amount of warm air area that may be used. .Sq. inches 

Warm air area within the casing Square inches 

Heating Capacity per 1,000 cu. ft 

Shipping weight furnace without easing Pounds 

Shipping weight furnace with casing Pounds 

Price Furnace without casing 

Price Furnace with 15-inch straight-side Bonnet. 

Wood Grate Extra 

For extra Bonnet height, add per inch all sizes . . .Extra 

The superior points of construction and convenience 
worth the price. 



20A 


22A 


24A 


26A 


28A 


19 


21^ 


22 >^ 


24 


27 


11 


12 


13 


14 


14 


20 


mV2 


3234 


35}^ 


37>i 


38 


41 


44 


48 


52 


24 


24 


24 


26 


26 


20 


24 


24 


24 


26 


45 


50 


50 


54 


54 


60 


65 


65 


69 


69 


103^x103^ 


1234x123^ 


13x14 


13x1434 


13x141^ 


103^x16 


103^xl6J< 


113-^x1834 


12x20M 


12x20M 


8 


8 


8 


9 


9 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


10 


10 


10 


10 


227 


298 


330 


397 


500 


430 


500 


552 


634 


834 


560 


630 


695 


770 


932 


12-16 


16-22 


22-30 


30-40 


34-46 


790 


9a) 


1080 


1275 


1460 


925 


1050 


1225 


1440 


1640 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 



to the user, make the Higrade NATIONAL Furnace well 



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Higrade National Furnace 



Higrade NATIONAL Furnaces must not be confused with other furnaces of this type, since the improvements in 
construction are far superior. 

All Higrade NATIONAL Furnaces are fitted up and assembled with the utmost care, by experienced workmen 
before leaving the factory. The castings and all parts are then properly marked to simplify the installation, to save time 
and labor for the dealer. It is unnecessary to move your entire tin shop on a job to install a NATIONAL furnace. 
They are unlike any other furnace made along similar lines, owing to their distinctive features, that place them in a 
class by themselves. Each furnace is given a rigid inspection before leaving the assembler's floor, and all parts are 
properly packed to insure against breakage in transportation. We use only analyzed grey iron in making 
NATIONAL furnaces, which insures a perfect fire resisting casting, equaUzes the expansion and contraction of all parts 
and prolongs the Hfe of the furnace beyond all others. NATIONALS are not a product of twenty years ago; they are 
an up-to-date line, containing the later day improvements and refinements known in the art. This gives the user the 
benefit derived from increased radiating power, resulting in large saving of fuel, cleanliness and convenience in operation. 
The overweight of NATIONALS adds greatly to durabiUty. Higrade NATIONAL Pipe and pipeless furnaces are 
easy to install, powerful heaters, very durable, perfectly constructed, and great fuel savers. 

An illustrated instruction book how to install Higrade NATIONAL pipeless furnaces and a proper instruction 
card how to operate either style packed with each furnace. This alone saves time for the dealer and money for the 
customer. 

We ask that you look beyond the price tag in the selection of a heating apparatus for your home, which represents 
a furnace that is intended to last for years, and therefore should merit your careful investigation. 

Thousands are now proving their worth and justify our statement when we say: 



NATIONAL FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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Radiator is adjustable and made of analyzed grey cast 
iron which is the only metal that will withstand the strain 
of soft coal. The center section is extra large, allowing the 
smoke and gases to pass out of the furnace dome and into 
the radiator, facilitating the draft and radiation. The 
joint where the radiator fits onto dome, is a deep improved 
cut shape, with a cast flange or hood covering the cement 
in the joints, which holds it in place. In making radiator in 
two sections as we do, it insures an even thickness through- 
out, which permits equal expansion and contraction of the 
metal and prevents fire cracking. 



All Cast Radiator, Showing Heat Travel, Extra Large Flues 
for Soft Coal, or Wood 



Fire Pot 

A two piece corrugated heavy and durable grey cast iron 
fire pot, with our improved cup joints, to hold cement in place. 
It is made with sides nearly straight, the fire does not rest upon 
the pot, merely against it therefore, it will be found extra durable 
and radiates the maximum of heat. 




Two-piece deep corrugated fire pot with large cup 
joints. Very heavy and durable 




Feed Doors 

Feed doors are made double, permitting the operator to feed large 
chunks of wood, if desired. Opening of numbers 20 A and Bis 10^x10 J^ 
inches, 22A and B is 12^ x 12M inches, 24A and B is 13 x 14 inches, 
26 and 28A and B is 13x143^ inches. 

Evaporating Pan 

A cast iron, one-pfece water pan is furnished with every Higrade 
NATIONAL Furnace, placed in a convenient position to fill with 
water. It is removable for cleaning and is located close to the fire pot, 
where it derives sufficient heat to evaporate large quantities of water, 
thereby keeping the air in the rooms in a pure and healthful state. 



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Ash Pit and Grates 



Ash-Pit and Grates 

The ash pit is extra deep and will protect the grates for a longer period of 
time by reason of a large space for ash accumulation. The fitting joints are 
an improvement over other furnaces of this kind. A cup joint, instead of a 
single joint is used where base connects to bottom, making it absolutely ash 
and gas tight. The bottom is flat and sets level, whi(;h prevents any warping 
or opening of joints. It is advisable to use a layer of brick or cement base to 
be placed under the furnace to guard against damp earth. 



Grate 

The grate in Higrade NATIONAL is the approved, triangular, revolving bar type. It is geared into pairs, so that 
half the fire may be cleaned at a time, making it convenient for the operator. The bars are mounted independently. An 
ingenious construction prevents the operator from removing the grate shaker without leaving all grate bars in their 
proper relation to the fire. It also permits the operator to equalize the wear on all sides of the grate bars, prolonging the 
life of the grate. 



Self -Sealing Joints 



The joints on Higrade NATIONAL are our improved self sealing cup joints. The joints are properly distributed 
to provide for the necessary expansion and contraction of the metal. In assembling, cement should be placed in the 
cups, and when castings are placed in their respective positions, it seals them eternally gas tight. 



Wall Regulator 



This Regulator is furnished free with every Higrade NATIONAL Furnace. It is 
intended to be fastened to the door caging of the living room, the chains passing through 
the floor. One chain attaches to the front damper — the other to the check damper. This 
permits the furnace Dampers to be operated from the living room. 




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Higrade National Furnace Casings 

Style **A'* Casing for Pipe Furnace 

The casing is made of heavy galvanized iron with heavy black iron inner lining and 1-inch air space between the 
two. Straight side bonnet provides large warm air space and allows straight run of leader pipes. 

Style **B*^ Casing for Pipeless Furnace 

The Outer casing is made of heavy Galvanized Iron. 

The inner casing is made with three distinct walls consisting of flat heavy galvanized iron outer wall, J^-inch 
Asbestocel corrugated fireproof paper center wall, and heavy galvanized corrugated iron inner wall. 

The cone bonnet is made same as inner casing excepting that the inner wall of the cone is made of heavy flat gal- 
vanized iron instead of corrugated iron which is advantageous to the flow of air. 



Casing Rings 

Casing rings are made of wrought iron in our own factory, non-breakable, neat and strong. The base ring is sectional 
cast iron, and independent from the ash pit, permitting the use of a foundation for the ash section only, when furnace is 
set over a cold air pit. 



National Water Coil 

We can furnish a two-pipe Water Coil in our Higrade NATIONAL Furnace for heating water in Range Boiler. 
The coil enters the furnace inside the feed chute and crosses the top of the fire pot. It is capable of heating ample 
water for domestic purposes. 

We can also furnish a Water Jacket Heater for heating water for Hot Water radiation which makes a combination 
Warm Air and Hot Water heating system. 



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Excdaor Stove S-Maiitifacterui^Coinpaipr 




Approved by 




•^TRADE MARitf 



Sectional View 
No. 20 Series 



l-'i 



No, 


Fire Pot 


18 


18 


20 


20 


22 


22 


24 


24 


26 


26 


28 


28 


30 


30 



National Furnaces 

For Soft Coaly Hard Coal or Coke 

Capacity 

Dia. Height of Dia. Warm Air 1000 Price List 

Casing Castings Smoke Pipe Capacity Cub. Ft, Weight Furnace 

30 43 7 236 8-10 600 $ 

34 45 8 303 10-14 700 

38 47 8 378 14-17 800. 

42 49 8 462 17-22 1000 

46 53 9 550 22-27 1200 

50 56 10 670 27-32 1475 

54 59 10 737 32-40 1700 

Description, Pages 211-213 

NATIONAL FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

[210] 



Price 

Casing 

$ 



Nalionefl Steves. Rim^es and Furnaces 





Open view without' Casing 



National Pipe Furnace 



For Soft Coal, Hard Coal or Coke 



Approved by 




•TRADE MARK* 



NATIONAL FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 

[2111 




Exceldor Stove &Maiiufactxiriz)^Conipai2y' 



National Furnaces 

NATIONAL Furnaces are superior to many of the Old Lino Furnaces. They are guaranteed the equal of any 
other furnace of similar style. 

Description of Casing No. 20 Series 

Double heavy galvanized casing with an air space between the two. The cold air circulates through this space and 
prevents radiation into the cellar. 

The inner casing is a secondary heating surface; it absorbs heat from the furnace and gives it off again to the passing 
cold air, which adds much to the efficiency of the furnace. Casings regularly furnished with 12-inch high bonnet. 

Description of Casing No. 700 Series 

Outer casing made of heavy galvanized iron. Inner casing made of heavy galvanized iron, and double with asbestos 
sheathing placed between the two, and extends up to cone top of furnace and down to within 12 inches of the floor. The 
inner hning of double casing is corrugated. The cold air space between outer and inner casing on Nos. 718-720 Fur- 
nace is3K inches; on Nos. 722, 724, 726, is 4 inches. The space between radiator and inside casing on Nos. 718-720 
is 23^ inches; on No. 722, 2^ inches; on No. 724, 3 inches, and on No. 726, S}.i inches; properly spaced to give 
most amount of heat for a small amount of fuel. 

For Additional Detail see Pages 210-213-219 



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Nationeil stoves, R§D^es and Furnaces 



Special Features of the National Furnace 





Deep Ash Pit and Triangular Grate; the Grate is Easily 
Removed for Renewals. 



Two Pieced Deep Corrugated Fire Pot, with 

Large Cup Joints, Very Heavy and 

Durable. 





Gas Fire Pot. 

^^^^ iii^^^m^m For Coal and Natural Gas 

\H r \idlH >J^HIIII Coal and Gas may be used at the same time or separately 

as desired. 

Price 

No. 20 Gas pot extra $ 

^^SJU^iB^^^^^^KKF ^^- '^'^ ^^^ ^^^ extra 

No, 24 Gas pot extra ■ ■ ■ 

No. 26 Gas pot extra 

An extra net price to be added to the price of Fur- 
nace when we furnish the Gas Fire Pot instead of the regu- 
lar Fire Pot. 

All Cast Radiator Showing Heat Travel — Extra t».- n ■ j. j A „ T\/ri^«*.o iTi«l.,rl«^l 

Large Flues for Soft CoaK NoTE — N eedle pomt and Air Mixers mcluded. 

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\tTONAl/ 



Excelaor Stove S-Manufaclurin^Compaipr 



COLD^IRy 



HOT AIR ^ ^C.OLD AIR 



ii '■ 




Sectional View 



B SERIES 




Side View 



Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, 111. 
We enclose you photo of our 
new building which has recent- 
ly been completed and we have 
installed one of your No. 24-48 
Cycloidal National Unit Fur- 
naces, for our heating system. 
We find this the best heating 
proposition for our store that 
has ever been our pleasure to 
enjoy. We can keep this room 
at just the right temperature at 
all times with very little atten- 
tion and the temperature is just 
the same all over the room. 

We certainly appreciate the 
new heating System. 

Yours very truly, 
E. E. DeHart, Prop., 
The Farmers' Store, 
Weatherby, Mo. 



Approved by 




• TRADE MARK-^ 



Cycloidal National Unit Furnace 



Description, Pages 193-201 and 215 

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[214] 



Nationail Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 




Cycloidal National Unit Furnace 



B SERIES 



For Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 



Heating Capacity Shipping 

Number ' In 1000 Cu. Feet Total Height Weight 

21-44B With Casing and Oxidized Register Face 35x35 inches 22-30 7}4 feet 1900 Ibs- 

24-48B With Casing and Oxidized Register Face 40x40 inches 30-40 7H feet 2170 lbs. 

27-51B Witli Casing and Oxidized Register Face 45x45 inches 34-46 8 feet 2550 lbs. 

Additional Height Per inch, extra . 

*Price does not include Smoke Pipe or Double Tee Joint. 

Sizes warm air outlet pipe, No. 21 Pipe, 26 in.. No. 24 Pipe, 30 in.. No. 27 Pipe, 36 in. 

Sizes cold air pipes. No. 21 Pipe 10 x 20 in., No. 24 Pipe 12 x 20 in., No. 27 Pipe 14x24 in. 



*Price 



Description 

Furnaces cased in such manner that all warm air generated by the Furnace is discharged out of a single Register 
have become popular during the last few years. This form of installation is practical only when the conditions are 
favorable. 

This system is successful in modern homes that are built with folding doors, or "Cased door openings^' between 
several of the rooms in a residence. Rooms on second floor may also be heated provided there is a hall on first and 
second floor to permit the warm air to flow to the second floor rooms. In the absence of a hall the second floor rooms 
may be heated by placing registers in the ceihng, thereby connecting the first and second floor rooms. 

This unit system of heating contemplates the doors between the several rooms are to be left open at all times since 
the principle involved in heating an entire residence from one central point of supply means merely the residence 
be put into one undivided space, therefore the more nearly this condition can be brought about, the more equal 
temperature may be expected in the various rooms. While it is impossible to heat all the space in a residence which is 
subdivided into rooms to the same degree of temperature, if the door openings that separate the rooms are of ample 
size, there will be a very slight difference indicated in the rooms on the first floor, and since the second floor rooms are 
invariably used as sleeping apartments, which do not require above 60 degrees of temperature, this system will render 
satisfactory service. For churches, auditoriums, etc., no better method of heating can be recommended. 

Our sales on NATIONAL Unit Furnaces have all been successful, which we believe is due to our form of structure, 
particularly our improved method of Cold Air supply. 

It is a well-known fact that cold air is the motive power which forces the warm air out of the casing, therefore 
the air should be delivered to the bottom of the casing in a cool state. Our system of cold air supply does not preheat 
the air. The cold air entering the Assembly Box around the warm air pipe is not detained, it passes down the two side 
ducts to the bottom of the casing, where it enters, and has the greatest efficiency to push the warm air into the rooms 
above. 

There is no Furnace on the market so well adapted for the Unit system as our Cycloidal NATIONAL, and is guar- 
anteed to do the work as indicated above. 



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Excddor Stove &Manufacturiz)gCoinpaiiy' 




Sectional view 



B SERIES 



Approved by 




•TRADE MARK* 



Higrade National Pipeless Furnace 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 

Description, Pages 203-209^ Detail, Page 217 

NATIONAL FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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NationeQ Stoves,I^^es and Furnaces 







Detail 



B SERIES 



Higrade National Pipeless Furnace 



For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 



Number of Furnace ■ 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot Inches 

Depth of Fire Pot to Grate Inches 

Diameter of Radiator Inches 

Diameter Inside Casing Inches 

Diameter Outside Casing .Inches 

Height of Castings Inches 

Size Feed Door opening Inches 

Size Ash Door opening Inches 

Size Smoke Collar Inches 

Size Water Coil Pipe for Range Boiler Inches 

Size Water Pan Quarts 

Size Register Inches 

Size Warm Air Pipe Inches 

Area Grate Surface Square inches 

Height Bottom of Furnace to Register Inches 

Height can be reduced to Inches 

Heating Capacity in 1000 cubic feet 

Shipping Weight Pounds 

Price with Casing and B. J. Register 

Oxidized Copper Register. Extra 

Additional height Casing per inch Extra 

Wood Grate Extra 

Investigation will convince anyone that the Higrade NATIONAL Pipeless Furnace is the best heater, best con- 
struction and best value for the dealer and user. 



20B 


228 


248 


268 


288 


19 


213^ 


22^ 


24 


27 


11 


12 


13 


14 


14 


29 


30>i 


323^ 


^m 


373/2 


38 


41 


44 


48 


52 


46 


49 


52 


58 


62 


45 


50 


50 


54 


54 


10i^xlO>i 


12^x121^ 


13x14 


13x143^ 


13x143^ 


10^x16 


10^x16^ 


ll)^xl8H 


12x20M 


12x20M 


8 


8 


8 


9 


9 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


10 


10 


10 


10 


33x33 


35x35 


36x36 


40x40 


45x45 


24 


26 


28 


30 


36 


227 


298 


330 


397 


500 


96 


96 


96 


96 


96 


72 


72 


72 


72 


72 


12-16 


16-22 


22-30 


30-40 


40-46 


1150 


1300 


1500 


1775 


2025 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$...... 


$ 



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FLOOR 
REGISTER 



CAST IRON 
EXTENSION FRONT 



WATER COIL 
OPENINGS 



WATER 
PAN 



LARGE 
ASHDOOR 



Excelsior Stove &Maiiufacluriii^G)mpa^ 



1 


RADIATOR 
CLEAN OUT 


^^■| 


' 




lv 




DOUBLE 
FEED DOORS 


^^Jfci 



THREE WALL 
INNER CASINO 



LAROE COLO-AIR 
CHAMBER 



LAROE WARM-AIR 
CHAMBER 




CL-EAN OUT 
DOORS 



Approved^by 



B SERIES 



,• .-:-»ni 



Higrade National Pipeless Furnace 

Showing 14 Superior Points 

•TRAOe MARjg», 
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No. 
718 
720 
722 
724 
726 



Dia. 
Fire Pot 

18 inches 
20 inches 
22 inches 
24 inches 
26 inches 




One Register Series 
Sectional View 



Pipeless National Furnace 

For Soft Coal, Hard Coal or Coke 



Size of 
Register 

24x27 

30x30 

34x34 

36x36 

40x40 



Dia. Hot 
Air Pipe 

18 inches 
22 inches 
26 inches 
28 inches 
30 inches 



Dia. 

Casing 

38 inches 
42 inches 
46 inches 
50 inches 
54 inches 




Approved by 




• rHADE^MAKK* 



Capacity 

1000 
Cub. Feet 


Weight 


9-11 


880 


12-16 


1000 


16-19 


1100 


19-24 


1300 


24-29 


1500 



♦Price 



Size Smoke Pipe 718 is 7 inch; 720-722-724 is 8 inch; No. 726 is 9 inch. Complete height all sizes, fTfriHHjimJji i 

Additional Height Per inch, extra. $...'.. ^^ 

*Price includes Black Japanned Register and all fittings except the Smoke Pipe. 

Description, Pages 211-213 

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I 



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Excelsior Stove S-Manufacturin^Convpaipr 



Air Heater Unit National Furnace 



!:■'■■ 




Sectional Side View 

Showing Internal Construc- 
tion of Heater 



Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, 111. 

Gentlemen : 

This is to certify that I 
used one of your No. 20-32 
Unit Furnaces, and 1 found 
it did far more than 1 ex- 
pected. 

I kept 5 rooms 16 feet 
square, nice and warm last 
winter, and only used 150 
bushels of coal. I would not 
think of using stoves again. 

Yours truly, 

L. A. ROSE. 
Rutledge, Mo. 



COLD AIR 



HOT AIR 



COLD AIR 
4 i/. 





Side View 

Showing Heater 
Mounted Complete 



Approved by 




'TRAPE MARiU 



Sectional Front View 

Showing Hot and Cold Air Circulation 

Description, Page 221 

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[220] 



National stoves. Ranges and Furnaces 




Air Heater Unit National Furnace 



Number 

20-32D-C 



Diameter 
of Fire Pot 

20 inches 



Diameter 
of Body 

233^ inches 



Diameter 
of Casing 

32 inches 



Entire 
Height 

97 inches 



Size of 
Feed Door 

11x16 finches 



Size of 
Smoke Pipe 

8 inches 



Number * Heating Capacity Shipping Weight Price 

20-32D-C 12,000-16,000 cu. ft. 790 lbs. $ 

Additional Height may be had if desired Per inch, extra $ 

Price includes apparatus complete (except smoke pipe) with 24x30 black japanned register face and galvanized 
furnace tee with check damper, also regulating chains and plate to operate dampers from room above. 

Description 

This furnace is arranged to heat, from single register face, any ordinary size residence that is divided into five or 
six rooms, whose combined area does not exceed 16,000 cubic feet. 

The heated air is conducted from the furnace through the large center pipe, and discharged from the central por- 
tion of the register face. The cold air enters the square galvanized iron box surrounding the hot air pipe, and descends 
to the bottom of the furnace through the two side pipes. 

The cold air, which is the motive power that forces the warm air out of the furnace into the rooms, is drawn from 
all the rooms and is replaced by the warm air; therefore the temperature is equalized in all the rooms in which the 
adjoining doors are -left open. 

Register openings may be cut through the ceiling from the first to the second floor rooms; in that manner the entire 
house may be heated from the one central point. 

In rooms provided with double doors, the register face should be placed directly in the doorway for a better dis- 
tribution of the heat. 

One opening in the floor, 24x30 inches, to accommodate the register face, being the only requirement. 

The heater is made very strong and durable. It has a heavy corrugated fire pot, triangular grate, all cast body. 
Large double feed doors, for convenience in feeding coal or wood. 

The sectional blast ring around the top of the fire pot is supplied with hot blast through the tube, extending from 
the front of the base. This superheated air is discharged at the top of the fire, which is the point of combustion for 
the volatile gases, and thoroughly consumes all the black smoke and soot when using soft coal. 

The entire casing is made of galvanized iron and asbestos Hned. Each heater is provided with a sheet steel ash- 
pan, cast water pan and grate shaker. 

To install the apparatus requires cutting of one joist only. Joists are usually set to 16-inch centers, therefore the 
removing of one joist where the register is to be placed leaves a 30-inch clear space, permitting the register face to be 
set either the narrow or long way as desired. 

We furnish the apparatus 97 inches high, which meets the requirements for an 8 feet deep cellar, measuring from 
the cellar bottom to th3 flooring abov3. It can b3 reduced in height to 80 inches, or may be extended to any height 
greater than 8 feet if especially ordered. 



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c: 

3 



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2 

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National Steves, H§D^es and Furnaces 





Double Wall Pipe 

Ventilated and Strictly Fire Proof 

Requires no Asbestos Covering, or Iron Laths 
Easiest Pipe to put together on the market 



List Price Double Wall Pipe 





No 


No 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


No. 5 


No. 35 


No. 38 


No. 6 


56 Ft. 


Size 


(2 in.) 


(4 in.) 


(6 in.) 


(9 in.) 


(12^ in.) 


(18M in.) 


(2 feet) 


(3 ft. 2 in.) 


(8 feet) 


Crate 


3 X 10 


$0.38 


$0.45 


$0.60 


$0.76 


$0.84 


$1.14 


$1.50 


$2.40 


$6.00 


$45.00 


4x11 


.38 


.45 


.60 


.76 


.84 


1.14 


1.50 


2.40 


6.00 


45.00 


3 X 12 


.54 


.60 


.76 


.90 


.98 


1.36 


1.80 


2.85 


7.20 


54.00 


4 X 13 


.54 


.60 


.76 


.90 


.98 


1.36 


1.80 


2.85 


7.20 


54.00 


4 X 14 


.60 


.76 


.90 


1.06 


1.28 


1.58 


2.10 


3.38 


8.40 


64.50 


4 X 15 


.84 


.90 


1.06 


1.14 


1.36 


2.04 


2.40 


3.83 


9.60 


72.60 


6 X 13 


.84 


.90 


1.06 


1.14 


1.50 


2.05 


2.70 


4.28 


10.80 


81.00 


6 X 14 


.90 


.98 


1.14 


1.20 


1.50 


2.25 


2.96 


4.80 


11.40 


85.50 



56-feet Crates Double Wall Pipe packed, unless otherwise ordered, with the following lengths. Two pieces of 2-inch, 
4-inch, 9-inch, and 12M-inch and four each of G-inch, 2 feet, 8 feet and six pieces 18^ inch. 

Note — Length given above are exclusive of lap. 



List Price of Double Wall Pipe Fittings 



Size 


Boot No. 7-8 

9-51-52 

Stack 

Head No. 10 


Boot 
No. 36-37-50 
Stack Head 
No. 12-14-15 


Stack Angle 
No. 21 

Boot-Offset 
No. 53 


Stack Angle 
No. 24 


Stack 

Elbow 
No. 18-19-20 
Tee No. 25-16 


Stack 

Elbow. 

No. 22-23-29 


Register Box 
No. lOS-109 
Tee No. 106 


Reducer 
No. 27-28 


Offset 
No. 101- 
102-103- 
104-105 


3 X 10 


$1.68 


$2.04 


$0.64 


$0.84 


$1.26 


$1.68 


$1.75 


$1.40 


$2.10 


4 X 11 


1.68 


2.04 


.64 


.84 


1.26 


1.S8 


1.75 


1.40 


2.10 


3 X 12 


1.76 


2.10 


.70 


.90 


1.40 


1.76 


1.75 


1.40 


2.10 


4 X 13 


1.76 


2.10 


.70 


,90 


1.40 


1.76 


1.75 


1.40 


2.10 


4 X 14 


1.90 


2.24 


.84 


.98 


1.62 


1.90 


2.45 


1.62 


2.80 


4 X 15 


2.03 


2.38 


.88 


1.05 


1.75 


2.03 


2.45 


1.75 


2.80 


6 X 13 


2.38 


2.74 


1.20 


1.40 


2.45 


2.38 


2.80 


1.90 


3.15 


6 X 14 


2.60 


2.94 


1.48 


1.68 


2.60 


2.60 


3.15 


2.10 


3.50 



p^QTE — When ordering Boots always mention size of collar wanted. See detail below. 



Detail of Double Wall Pipe 



Size 



10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
13 
14 



Area of 
Pipe 



24 inch 
30 inch 
28H inch 
36 inch 



39 
42 
48 
65 



inch 
inch 
inch 
inch 



Inside 
Measurement 



2Vs 
3 

3 
3 
3 
5 

5K 



9 
10 
12 
12 
13 
14 
12 
13 



Outside 
Measurement 



3 

35^ 
3 



QVs 



10^ 
12^ 
125^ 
135/i 

1454 

125/^ 



Siae Collars 
in Boots 



7 and 8 inch 

8 and 9 inch 

8 and 9 inch 
8-9 and 10 inch 

9 and 10 inch 
10 and 12 inch 

9 and 10 inch 
10 and 12 inch 



Size 
Registers 



8 
8 
10 
10 
10 
10 



8- 8 
10- 9 
10- 9 
10-10 
12-10 
12-10 
12-10 
14-12 



10 
12 
12 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 



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Double Wall Pipe Fittings for Wall Stacks 






No. 101 Stack Offset 



No. 102 Stack Offset 



No. 103 Stack Offset 





No. lot Stack Offset 






No. 105 Stack Offset 




No. 106 Stack Tee 




No. 18 Stack Elbow 





No. 19 Stack Elbow 




No. 20 Stack Elbow 



No. 21 Stack Angle 







No. 22 Stack Elbow 



No. 23 Stack Elbow 



No. 24 Stack Anslo 



No. 29 Stack Elbow 




*No. 108 Register Box *No. 109 Register Box No. 16 Tee No. 25 Tkrough Tee 


^Size Registers Used 


with No. 108-109 Register Boxes 


Number Pipe 3x10 4x1 1 

Size Register 8x10 ( n^^2~.?^^o 


3x12 4x13 4x14 4x15 6x13 6x14 
8x12- 9x12 8x12- 9x12 10x14 10x14 10x12 10x14 


^ \ 9x12-10x12 


10x12-10x14 10x12-10x14 




Price, Page 223 




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Double Wall Pipe Fittings for Wall Stacks 








No. 7 Boot 



No. 1) Boot 



No. 'M Boot 



No. 37 Boot 




No. 52 Boot 



Combination No. 52 Boot and No. 53 Boot Offset 



No. 50 Boot 






No. 51 Boot 



No. 8 Boot 



No. 28 Reducer 




No. 27 Reducer 







No. 14 Stack Head 
With Floor Flange 



No. 10 Stack Head 
With Side Wall Flange 



No. 15 Stack Head 
With Pipe Extension 



No. 12 Stack Head 
Double Header 



These Stack Heads are for Side Wall Registers, not Base Board Registers 

Price, Page 223 



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Double Wall Pipe Fittings for Base Board Registers 



For One Register on First Floor 







No. 207 Boot 



No. 208 Boot 



No. 236 Boot 



No. 237 Boot 




No. 252 Boot 



No. 250 Boot 



No. 251 Boot 



No. 252 Bo,.i ;uid 
253 Boot Offset 




No. 202H Section 




No. 201 Section 





\<j. 200Se ition 



No. 221 Angle 







No. lA Stack Head 
for first Floor 



No. 4A Stack Head 
for Second Floor 



No. 3 A Stack Head 
for First Floor 



No. 5 A Stack Head 
for Second Floor 



Note — These fittings are for one Register only. 



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List Price of Fittings for Base Board Registers 

Hart & Cooley or Tuttle & Bailey 
For One Register 




Size 

of 

Register 



Inside Size 

of 

Stack Heads 

and Boots 



Outride Size 

of 

Stack Heads 

and Boots 



Size of 

Collar 

in Boots 



Stack 
Heads No. 

1A-4A 
and Boots 
for Same 



Stack 
Heads No. 

3A-5A 
and Boots 
for Same 



Boot Offset 

No. 253 

Stack 

Angle No. 

221 



2-inch 
Section 
No. 200 



4-innh 
Section 
No. 201 



8-inch 

Section 

No. 2023^ 



H & C No. 1321/4 and T & B No. 44-99 Size SVs 



8x13 
9x12 



53^x13 
5j^xl2 



QVsxUVs 



10-12 
9-10 



$2.60 
2.38 



$2.94 
2.75 



$1.30 
1.20 



$0.84 

.77 



$0.91 

.84 



$1.12 
1.05 



H & C No. 13234 and T & B No. 44-99 Size eVg 



10x12 


5^x12 


1 63^x125^ 1 9-10-12 1 2.38 | 2.75 | 1.20 


.77 


.84 


1.05 


H & C No. 1331/4 and T & B No. 44-99 Size 714 


12x14 


i 63^x14 


1 IVsxUyg 1 10-12-14 1 3.50 1 3.86 | 3.50 | 


1.26 


1.34 


1.68 



H & C No. 100 and T & B No. 44-99 Size ( 



7x12 

8x13 

10x12 



6x12 
6x13 
6x12 



6^8x125^ 
6^x133/1 
65^x125^ 



9-10 

10-12 

9-10-12 



2.38 
2.60 
2.38 



2.75 
2.94 
2.75 



1.20 
1.30 
1.20 



.77 
.84 
.77 



.84 
.91 

.84 



1.05 
1.12 
1.05 



H & C No. 125-1311/4 and T & B No. 44-99 Size 35/8 



* 8x10 


3x10 


35/^x105/^ 


8-9 


2.10 


2.45 


1.05 


.70 


.77 


.£8 


* 8x12 


3x12 


SHxViys 


9-10 


2.38 


2.75 


1.20 


.77 


.84 


1.05 


* 9x12 


3x12 


sVgxnys 


9-10 


2.38 


2.75 


1.20 


.77 


.84 


1.05 


n0xl2 


3x12 


SVsxUH 


9-10 


2.38 


2.75 


1.20 


.77 


.84 


1.05 



T & B No. 44-99 Size i 



10x12 



8x12 



8^x125^ 



10-12 



3.08 



3.44 



Price same as 

No. T-3A 
Stack Heads 



1.12 



1.20 



1.54 



H & C No. 115 and T & B No. 900 Size 85/8 



10x12 
12x14 



8x12 
8x14 



mxuvs 



10-12 

12-14 



3.08 
3.50 



3.44 

3.86 



Price same as 

No. 1-3 A 
Stack Heads 



1.12 
1.26 



1.20 
1.34 



1.54 
1.68 



NOTE — ^When ordering Stack Heads always mention size, register and style it is intended to fit. 

When ordering Boots always mention size collar wanted and what size register it is intended to 
fit. 

* No. 4A and No. 5A Stack Heads only may be used on these sizes. 



Size of Extension Collar on No. 


3A Stack Heads 


Size of Extension Pipe by Using 
No. 27-28 Reducer 


8x10 


4x11 




7x12 


3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


8x12 


3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


9x12 


3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


10x12 


3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


8x13 


4x14 


4x13 


12x14 


4x15 


4x13 or 4x14 



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Double Wall Pipe Fittings for Base Board Regist- 



ers 



For Two Registers on First Floor 




No. 507 Boot 




No. 508 Boot 





No, 53G Boot 



No. 537 Boot 




No. 552 Bool 





No. 550 Boot 




No. 551 Boot 



No. 552 Boot and 5.53 
Boot Offset 




No. 502M Section 




No. 501 Seetion 



^ 



No. 500 Section 




No. 521 Angle 




No. 2A Stack Head 
for First Floor 




No. 6 A Stack Head 
for First Floor 



Note— These fittings are for Two Registers (Double Headers). 



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List Price of Fittings for Base Board Registers 

Hart & Cooley or Tuttle & Bailey 
For Two Registers (Double Headers) 




of 
Register 



Inside Size 

of 

,Stack Heads 

and Boots 



Outside Size 

of 

Stack Heads 

and Boots 



Size of 

Collar in 

Boots 



Stack Head 

No. 2 A 
and Boots 
for Same 



Stack Head 

No. 6A 
and Boots 
for Same 



Boot Offset 
No. 553 

Stack Angle 
No. 521 



2-inch 


4-inch 


Section 


Section 


No. 500 


No. 501 



8-inch 

Section 

No. 5021^ 



H & C No. 13214 and T & B No. 44-99 Size 6Vs 



8x13 
9x12 



8 xl3 
.8 xl2 



85^x135^ 
8^x125^ 



10-12 
9-10 



$2.94 

2.75 



$3.30 
3.08 



$1.47 
1.38 



$1.19 
1.12 



$1.26 
1.20 



$1.48 
1.40 



H & C 1323^ and T & B No. 44-99 Size eVg 



10x12 
10x13 



8 xl2 

8^x13 



8^x125^ 
91^x135^ 



9-10-12 
10-12-14 



2.75 
2.94 



3.08 
3.30 



1.38 
1.47 



1.12 

1.19 



1.20 
1.26 



1.40 
1.48 



H & C No. 1331/4 and T & B No. 44-99 Size Ti/g 



12x14 



10 xl4 



105^x1454 I 12-^14 



3.86 



4.20 



3.86 



1.62 



1.68 



1.90 



H & C No. 100 and T & B No. 44-99 Size 65/8 



8x13 
10x12 



9x13 
9x12 



9^x13^ 
95^x12^ 



10-12 
9-10-12 



2.94 
2.75 



3.30 
3.08 



1.47 
1.38 



1.19 
1.12 



1.26 
1.20 



1.48 
1.40 



H & C No. 125-1311/4 and T & B No. 44-99 Size 35/8 



* 8x10 


3x10 


35/^x105^ 


8-9 


2.45 


2.80 


1.24 


1.06 


1.12 


1.34 


* 8x12 


3x12 


35/^x12% 


9-10 


2.75 


3.08 


1.38 


1.12 


1.20 


1.40 


* 9x12 


3x12 


35/^x125/^ 


9-10 


2.75 


3.08 


1.38 


1.12 


1.20 


1.40 


*10xl2 


3x12 


3^x12% 


9-10 


2.75 


3.08 


1.38 


1.12 


1.20 


1.40 



T & B No. 44-99 Size J 



10x12 



13x12 



135^x12^ 



10-12 



3.44 



3.78 



Price same as 

No. 2-6A 
Stack Heads 



1.48 



1.54 



1.76 



H & C No. 115 and T & B No. 900 Size 85/8 



10x12 
12x14 



13x12 
18x14 



13^x12^ 

135/^x14^ 



10-12 

12-14 



3.44 
3.86 



3.78 
4.20 



Price same as 

No. 2-6 A 
Stack Heads 



1.48 
1.62 



1.54 

1.68 



1.76 
1.90 



NOTE — When ordering Stack Heads always mention size register and style it is intended to fit. 

When ordering Boots always mention size collar wanted and what size register it is intended to fit. 

*No. 5A Stack Heads only may be used on these sizes. 





Size of Extension Collar on No. 


6A Stack Head 


Size of Extension Pipe by Using 
No. 27 Reducer 


8x10 




4x11 




8x12 




3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


9x12 




3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


10x12 




3x12 or 4x13 


4x11 


10x12 


T & B 85/g 


4x14 


4x11 or 4x13 


10x12 


H&C115 


4x14 


4x11 or 4x13 


10x13 




4x14 


4x11 or 4x13 


12x14 




4x14 


4x11 or 4x13 or 4x14 


12x14 


H&Cli5 


4x15 


4x13 or 4x14 



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Excddor Stove &HanufacturiD^Coxnpaipr 
Tuttle & Bailey Base Board Registers 






Register with No. 1 A and 4 A 

8tnrk Ih-ad 




Register with 3 A and 6 A 
Stack Head 



Register with No. 5 A and 2 A 
Stack Head 



No. 99-900 All Steel 



The above illustrations show the installation of Base Board Registers. 



List Prices No. 44 



List Prices No. 99 



Size 


Black 


Oxidized 


Plated Brass 


Register 


Japanned 


Copper 


Bronze or 

Nickel 


Z%- 8x10 


$2.00 


$3.50 


$3.85 


ZVs~ 8x12 


2.40 


3.95 


4.35 


ZVs- 8x13 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


Z%- 9x12 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


bH- 8x10 


2.00 


3.50 


3.85 


bH~ 9x12 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


6K- 9x12 


3.00 


4.50 


4.90 


6^-10x12 


3.65 


5.40 


6.00 


61^-10x13 


4.20 


6.20 


7.00 


71^-12x14 


5.S5 


8.00 


9.00 



List Prices No. 900 



85^-10x12 

854-12x14 



4.50 
6.50 



6.50 
8.50 



7.50 
9.50 



Size 


Black 


Oxidized 


Plated Brass 


Register 


Japanned 


Copper 


Bronze or 
Nickel 


35^- 8x10 


$2.00 


$3.50 


$3.85 


Z%~ 8x12 


2.40 


3.95 


4.35 


Z%-~ 8x13 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


W^~ 9x12 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


^H- 8x10 


2.00 


3.50 


3.85 


Ws- 9x12 


2.50 


4.00 


4.40 


634- 8x13 


2.75 


4.25 


4.65 


634- 9x12 


3.00 


4.50 


4.90 


6^-10x12 


3.65 


5.40 


6.00 


61^-10x13 


4.20 


6.20 


7.00 


^Vs~ 8x13 


3.00 


4.50 


5.25 


65^-10x12 


3.75 


5.50 


6.10 


65^-10x13 


4.20 


6.20 


7.00 


734-12x14 


5.85 


8.00 


9.00 


85^-10x12 


4.50 


6.50 


7.50 


8^-10x13 


5.00 


7.00 


8.00 



T. & B, Reversible Wafer Register, 
All Steel 




Size 


Black 
Japanned 


White 
Japanned 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated Brass 
Bronze or 

Nickel 


8x10 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$3.15 


$ .85 


8x12 


1.90 


2.30 


3.65 


4.40 


9x12 


2.10 


2.55 


4.00 


5.10 


10x12 


2.40 


2.90 


4.40 


5.50 


10x14 


3.15 


3.80 


5.25 


6.55 


12x14 


4.35 


5.25 


6.85 


8.25 


12x15 


4.50 


5.40 


7.00 


8.50 




Reversible Wafer Sets — Horizontal 



Ueversibk' V\ atrr Srt>^ -Vertical 



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Quick Detachable Face on 1311/4-1321/4-13234-1331/4 Only 
List Prices 





10x13 
10x14 



11x13 
12x14 




10x12 
12x14 




No. 1311/4 Depth 11/4 Inches 



Depth 



Size 


Black 
Japanned 


White 
Japanned 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Electro- 
Plated 
Brass-Bronze 
Nickel 


8x10 

8x12 

9x12 

10x12 


$2.00 
2.40 
2.50 
3.00 


$2.35 
2.90 
3.00 
3.60 


$3.50 
3.95 
4.00 
4.90 


$3.85 
4.35 
4.40 
5.50 



No. 1321/4 Depth 21/4 Inches 











Electro- 


Size 


Black 


White 


Oxidized 


Plated 




Japanned 


Japanned 


Copper 


Brass-Bronze 
Nickel 


8x10 


2.00 


2.35 


3.50 


3.85 


8x12 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


4.35 


8x13 


2.75 


3.25 


4.25 


4.65 


9x12 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


10x12 


3.65 


4.25 


5.40 


6.00 



No. 13234 Depth 234 Inches 



4.20 
4.50 



5.00 
5.25 



6.20 
6.70 



7.00 
7.50 



No. 1331/4 Depth 31/4 Inches 



50 

85 



5.25 
6.85 



6.75 
8.00 



7.50 
9.00 





No. 125 Depth II4 Inches 




Size 


Black 
Japanned 


White 
Japanned 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Electro- 
Plated 
Bronze-Brass 
Nickel 


8x10 

8x12 

9x12 

10x12 


2.00 
2.40 
2.50 
3.00 


2.35 
2.90 
3.00 
3.60 


3.50 
3.95 
4.00 
4.90 


3.85 
4.35 

4.40 
5.50 





No. IOC 


Depth 3 Inches 




7x10 


2.55 


3.00 


4.50 


4.50 


7x12 


3.40 


3.90 


5.50 


5.50 


8x13 


4.25 


4.85 


6.60 


6.60 


10x12 


5.10 


5.85 


7.60 


7.60 


10x14 


6.00 


6.85 


8.50 


8.50 


12x14 


7.15 


8.15 


10.00 


10.00 



No. 115 Depth 5 Inches 



6.00 
7.50 



6.85 
9.00 



8.50 
12.00 



8.50 
12.00 






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Hart & Cooley Steel Side Wall Registers 



Single Valve — Convex Face 




List Prices — No. 340 and No. 350 









Electro- 




Black 


White 


Plated, 


Size 


Japanned 


Japanned 


Brass 
Bronze 
Oxidized 


8x10 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$3.15 


8x12 


1.90 


2.30 


3.65 


9x12 


2.10 


2.55 


4.00 


10x12 


2.40 


2.90 


4.40 


10x14 


3.15 


3.80 


5,25 




No. 340 Sets— Horizontal 



No. 350 Sets— Vertical 



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No. 


Size 


Area 


Overall 


Black 
Japan 


White 
Japan 


Oxidized 
Copper 


655 


5x14 


45 m. 


5Kxl6 


$1.00 


$1.40 


$z.oo 


655 


5x30 


100 in. 


53^x32 


2.15 


3.00 


4.60 


600 


10x14 


84 in. 


11^x16 


2.50 


3.00 


4.50 


600 


10x30 


180 in. 


11^x32 


5.00 


6.25 


9.00 



No. 655, Depth 2 inches. No. 600, Depth 3 inches. 



No. 655— Base Board Cold Air Intake 



H. & C. No. 2250 Adjustable Ventilators 



Size 8x12 . 
Size 10x14. 



List 

$4.80 

7.60 



Designed to carry surplus heat from a lower to an upper 
room. Each consists of one Black Japanned Steel Floor 
Register and White Face, attached to a tin box which is 
adjustable from 7 to 12 inches in depth. 




No. 2250 



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National Stoves, R§D^es and Fixmaces 



Wood Register Faces 




For Cold Air Ducts 

Made of hardwood (plain). Can be finished with the interior woodwork. 




Fig. 1 

The above cut shows how to properly install our 
Wood Registers. 

Note. — They are set level with the flooring. 





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Fig. 2 

This cut shows installation of Wood Register in hall 
floor. One or two may be used, 




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Fig. 3 
This cut shows installation in hall seat. 



Fig. 4 

This cut show^s installation in base-board. 





Floor Faces 




Seat Front or 


Side Wall 




Base Board 








Area, of 


Nearest ; 






Area of 


Nearest 






Area of 


N Barest 


Size 


List 


Air 


Size 1 


Size 


List 


Air 


Sizeu 


Size 


List 


Air 


Size 






Sq. In. 


Rd. Pipe ; 






Sq. In. 


Rd. Pipe 






Sq. In. 


Rd. Pipe 


14x16 


$1.55 


112 


12 


30x14 


$2.92 


210 


16 


24x 6 


$2.00 


72 


93^ 


18x18 


2,25 


162 


14 


36x14 


3.50 


252 


18 


36x 6 


3.00 


108 


12 


18x22 


2.75 


198 


16 


40x14 


3.89 


280 


19 


40x 6 


3.34 


120 


12^ 


20x26 


3.61 


260 


18 


48x14 


4.67 


336 


21 


42x 6 


3.50 


126 


13 


20x34 


4.72 


340 


20 


60x14 


5.83 


420 


23 


24x 7 


2.00 


84 


103^ 


22x34 


5.19 


374 


22 


72x14 


7.00 


504 


25J^ 


36x 7 


3.00 


126 


12H 


24x24 


4.00 


288 


18 


30x16 


3.?4 


240 


173^ 


40x 7 


3.34 


140 


13 


26x34 


6.14 


442 


24 


36x16 


4.00 


288 


19 


42x 7 


3.50 


147 


133^ 


28x28 


5.45 


392 


221^ , 


40x16 


4.45 


320 


20 


48x 7 


4.00 


168 


14J^ 


30x30 


6.25 


450 


24 


42x16 


4.64 


336 


22 


30x 8 


2.50 


120 


123^ 


30x36 


7.50 


540 


26 


48x16 


5.34 


384 


22 


36x 8 


3.00 


144 


13^ 


32x34 


7.55 


544 


26 


60x16 


6.67 


480 


25 


40x 8 


3.34 


160 


14 


34x36 


8.50 


612 


28 


72x16 


8.00 


576 


27 


30x10 


2.50 


150 


14 


38x38 


10.03 


722 


30 


48x18 


6.00 


432 


233^ 


40x10 


3.34 


200 


16 


40x40 


11.12 


800 


32 1 


30x18 


3.75 


270 


18J^ 


48x10 


4.00 


240 


173^ 



Anv size up to 36x48 can be furnished to order. 

These hardwood Register Faces for cold air ducts are made of oak strips. The square strips are let into the larger 
strips which makes the top of the face level. 



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Excddor Stove S-Manufaclura^Compaipr 



Cast Iron, Semi Steel or All Steel Floor Register 




Floor Register 




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Register Face 






Floor Border 




Cast Round Floor Register 



Cast Round Floor Border 




No. 127 Wire Grill 



No. 127 Wire Grill 

These Grills are made with angle frames; any size or finish-can be 
furnished. 

No standard lists. Prices quoted on specifications. 

When ordering give dimensions of the opening to be covered. 

See register prices opposite page. 



: 236 ; 



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Standard List Prices 





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White 


Electro-Plated 


Size 

of 

Opening 








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Oxidized Copper 


Brass, Bronze, Nickel 




Register 


Floor 




Register 




Register 


Floor 




Register 


Floor 


Capacity 




Register 


Face 


Border 


Register 


Face 


Register 


Face 


Border 


Register 


Face 


Border 


Square 
Inches 


8x10 


$1.65 


$1.10 


$1.25 


$2.00 


$1.45 


$3.15 


$2.60 


$2.75 


$3.85 


$3.30 


$3.90 


40 


8x12 


1.90 


1.30 


1.50 


2.30 


1.70 


3.65 


3.05 


3.25 


4.40 


3.75 


4.40 


48 


9x12 


2.10 


1.45 


1,65 


2.55 


1.90 


4.00 


3.35 


3.55 


5.10 


4.45 


5.00 


54 


9x14 


3.10 


2.15 


2.15 


3,70 


2.75 


5.20 


4.25 


4.25 


6.50 


5.50 


5.95 


63 


10x12 


2.40 


1.70 


1.75 


2.90 


2.20 


4.40 


3.70 


3.75 


5.50 


4.80 


5.35 


60 


10x14 


3.15 


2.20 


2.20 


3.80 


2.85 


5.25 


4.30 


4.30 


6.55 


5.60 


6.00 


70 


10x16 


4.85 


2.95 


2.95 


5.85 


3.95 


7.20 


5.30 


5.30 


8.60 


6,70 


7.20 


80 


12x14 


4.35 


2.80 


2.80 


5.25 


3.65 


6.85 


5.35 


5.35 


8.25 


6.75 


7,35 


84 


12x15 


4.50 


2.90 


2.90 


5.40 


3.80 


7.00 


5.40 


5.40 


8.50 


6.90 


7.60 


90 


12x16 


5.60 


3.50 


3.50 


6.70 


4.60 


8.25 


6.15 


6,15 


9.75 


7.65 


8.25 


96 


12x20 


9.00 


4.50 


4.50 


10.80 


6.30 


12.20 


7.60 


7.60 


14.10 


9.50 


9.90 


120 


14x14 


7.90 


4.05 


4.05 


9.45 


5.60 


11.00 


7 15 


7.15 


14.30 


9.60 


10.00 


98 


14x16 


8.50 


4.30 


4.30 


10.20 


6.00 


11.50 


7.30 


7.30 


16.50 


11.00 


11.00 


112 


14x18 


9.00 


4.50 


4.50 


10.80 


6.30 


12.00 


7.50 


7.50 


18.50 


12.00 


12.15 


126 


15x30 


27.50 


10.75 


10.75 


30.25 


13.20 


33.00 


18.00 


18.00 


37.50 


25.00 


21,60 


225 


16x18 


12.00 


5.30 


5.30 


13.20 


6.50 


16.20 


9.50 


9.50 


22.25 


14.25 


13.25 


144 


16x20 


12.35 


6.10 


6.10 


13.60 


7.35 


16.55 


10.30 


10.30 


24.60 


16.00 


14.00 


160 


16x24 


15.00 


7.00 


7.00 


16.50 


8,50 


20.00 


12.00 


12.00 


29.60 


19.25 


17.10 


192 


18x20 


19.50 


7.60 


7.60 


21.45 


9.55 


24.75 


12.85 


12.85 


29.00 


18.00 


17.00 


190 


18x24 


21.50 


8.35 


8.35 


23.65 


10.50 


27.75 


14.60 


14.60 


34.25 


22.50 


18.75 


216 


18x36 


38. CO 


17.25 


17.25 


41.80 


21.05 


48.50 


28.10 


26.00 


54.00 


36.00 


28.00 


324 


20x22 


21.60 


8.40 


8.40 


23.75 


10.55 


27.60 


14.40 


14.40 


35.70 


23.50 


19.00 


220 


20x24 


22.00 


8.60 


8.60 


24.20 


10.80 


28.20 


14.80 


14.80 


39.00 


25.50 


21.70 


240 


20x26 


23.50 


9.50 


9.50 


25.85 


11.85 


32.00 


17.50 


17.50 


42.00 


27.50 


22.00 


260 


20x28 


28.90 


11.50 


11.50 


31.80 


14,40 


37.40 


20.00 


20.00 


45.50 


30.00 


24.50 


280 


22x24 


29.50 


11.80 


11.80 


32.45 


14.75 


37.90 


20.20 


20.20 


44.00 


29.00 


23.00 


264 


22x26 


31.00 


13.10 


13.10 


34.10 


16.20 


41.00 


23.00 


23.00 


48,00 


32,00 


25.50 


286 


22x28 


33.90 


13.90 


13.90 


37,30 


17,30 


44.00 


24.00 


24.00 


52.00 


34.00 


27.50 


308 


24x24 


30.00 


12.00 


12.00 


33.00 


15.00 


40.00 


22.00 


22.00 


49.00 


32.50 


26.00 


288 


24x27 


33.95 


14.00 


14.00 


37.35 


17,40 


45.00 


25.00 


25.00 


56.00 


37.00 


29.00 


324 


24x30 


38.00 


17.25 


17.25 


41.80 


21.05 


50.00 


29.25 


28.25 


62.00 


41.50 


32.00 


360 


24x36 


50.00 


22.00 


22.00 


55.00 


27.00 


65.50 


37.50 


34.25 


74.00 


50.30 


36.50 


432 


27x27 


37.25 


17,00 


17.00 


40.95 


20.70 


49.25 


29.00 


28.00 


66.00 


44.50 


34.00 


365 


27x38 


56.00 


25.00 


25.00 


61.60 


30.60 


76.00 


45.00 


36.00 


94.00 


64.00 


46.00 


513 


28x28 


44.00 


19.00 


19,00 


48.40 


23.40 


57.50 


32.50 


31.00 


72.00 


49.00 


36,40 


392 


30x30 


49.00 


21.50 


21.50 


53.90 


26.40 


65.00 


37.00 


34.00 


85.00 


56.00 


41.00 


450 


30x36 


67.50 


28.50 


28.50 


74.25 


35.25 


90.00 


51.00 


41.00 


102.00 


70.00 


48.00 


540 


30x42 


77,50 


33,00 


29.00 


85,25 


40.75 


102.00 


57.50 


50.50 


119.00 


87.00 


60.00 


630 


36x36 


80.00 


35.00 


29.50 


88,00 


43.00 


105.00 


60.00 


54.50 


127.00 


83.00 


66.00 


648 


36x40 


105.00 


44.00 


32.10 


115.50 


54.50 


135.00 


74.00 


62.10 


142.00 


95.00 


76.00 


720 


36x48 


132.00 


54.00 


40,00 


145.20 


67.20 


168.00 


90.00 


76.00 


173.00 


103.00 


87.00 


864 


38x38 


100.00 


43.50 


32.00 


110.00 


53.50 


130.00 


71.00 


59.50 


145.00 


95.50 


77.00 


722 


38x42 


120.00 


50.00 


36.00 


132.00 


62.00 


155.00 


85.00 


71.00 


160.00 


100,00 


83.50 


798 



Round Floor Registers — All Cast 



16 


$11.00 


$5.10 


$5.10 


$12.20 


$6.20 


$15.00 


$9.10 


$9.10 


$19,75 


$12.80 


$12.50 


100 


18 


18.50 


7.20 


7.20 


20.35 


9.05 


23.75 


12.45 


12.45 


26.00 


16.50 


15.00 


127 


20 


19.75 


8.00 


8.00 


21.75 


10.00 


24.75 


13.00 


13.00 


32.40 


21.20 


18.10 


157 


24 


30.00 


12.00 


12.00 


33.00 


15.00 


40.00 


22.00 


22.00 


49.00 


32.50 


26,00 


226 


28 


44.00 


19.00 


19.00 


48.40 


23.40 


57,50 


32.50 


31.00 


72.00 


49.00 


36.40 


308 


30 


49.00 


21,50 


21.50 


53.90 


26.40 


65.00 


37.00 


34.00 


85.00 


56.00 


41.00 


353 


36 


80.00 


35.00 


29.50 


88.00 


43.00 


105.00 


60.00 


54.50 


127.00 


83.00 


66.00 


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List Price, Galvanized Iron 

Cold Air Shoes, Square Pipe and Elbows 






No. 100 Shoe 



No. 200 Shoe 



No. 300 Shoe 






Square Pipe 



Sq. Elbow, Style A 



Sq, Elbow, Style B 



Size of 


S Size of 


No. 100 


No. 200 


No. 300 


Size of 


List per 


Elbows 


Shoe 


Collar 


Each 


Each 


Each 


Pipe 


Foot 


Each 


11x18 


14 inch 


$4.40 


$4.80 


$2.40 


10x16 


$0.96 


$2.40 


11x22 


16 inch 


4.80 


5.20 


2.80 


12x18 


1,30 


3,00 


12x24 


18 inch 


5.60 


6.00 


3.30 


14x24 


1.40 


3,40 


14x26 


20 inch 


6.40 


6.90 


3.60 


16x26 


1.60 


3.80 


15x28 


22 inch 


6.50 


7.50 


4.20 


16x30 


1.80 


4.40 


17x30 


24 inch 


6,70 


8.00 


5.00 


16x36 


2.00 


4.80 


18x34 


26 inch 


8.00 


9.00 


6.00 


18x40 


2.20 


5.60 


18x36 


28 inch 


8.50 


10.20 


6.50 


18x32 


2.40 


4.80 


18x42 


30 inch 


10.00 


11.00 


7.00 


20x32 


2.80 


5.60 


18x48 


32 inch 


11.00 


12.00 


9,00 


24x30 


3.40 


7.00 



When ordering Cold Air Shoes Give Cut Number and Size Furnace shoe is intended to fit. 



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DOUBLE TEE JOINT 
Made of Galvanized Iron 



Style A or B, for No. 21-44 Cycloidal Furnace, only each. 
Style A or B, for No. 24-48 Cycloidal Furnace, only each, 
Style A or B, for No. 27-51 Cycloidal Furnace, only each. 




Style A 



Style B 



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The Champion Hot Water Combination Heaters 

I designed to be used in our Cycloidal and Higrade Furnaces, to make them Combination Warm Air and Hot Water 
1 [('liters, ihis system is recommended where some of the rooms are remote from the Furnace. 

The Base Section 

The construction of this section permits its being placed directly at the top of the fire, in which position its larRe 
suriaces are sulr)ected to the strongest effect of the fire, making it a powerful heater. The opening in front of Heater is 
placed opposite the feed door opening to permit the addition of fuel to the fire, the opening at the top of Heater allows the 
flame and reflection of the fire to come m contact with the surfaces of the furnace as without the application of the 
Heater, this section can be used alone or with one or more ring sections added as is desired. 

The Ring Section 

The curved surfaces on the ring of which this section is composed make it possible to expose more surface to the 
action of the fare than by any other construction known. One or more of these sections can be used together according 
to the amount of radiati9n to be used. The fire passing through spaces between the rings permits its direct action upon 
each section added, making it a powerful Heater. 

The Base With Rings Added 

The opening at top of base section permits the flame and reflection of the fire to come in direct contact with each 
ring section, one or more rings can be added to be determined by the amount of radiation to be used. 

Note 

The capacities of these Heaters as given in lists are fully guaranteed and persons using them are advised that it is 
not necessary to select a Heater of greater capacity than is recommended in lists. 





Base Section When Used Without Ring Sections. 



Ring Section May be Used With or Without the 
Base Section. 







Outside 


Height 


Capacity 


Size of 


Num- 




diameter 


of 


of Boiler flow and 


ber 


Style 


of Boiler 


Boiler 


in 


return 


of 


of 


in 


m 


sq. ft. 


in 


l^oiler 


Boiler 


Inches 


Inches 


radiation 


Inches 


12 


Base Sec. 


12 


6 


40 


IK 


14 


Base Sec. 


14 


^V?. 


125 


W2 


17 


Base Sec. 


17 


10 


200 


2 


20 


Base Sec. 


20 


10 


275 


21/^ 


23 


Base Sec. 


23 


10 


365 


2K 



Price 



_ When the heater will permit, the Base and one or more 
ring sections may be added, thereby increasing the 
radiation. 

If possible always select a Heater about four inches 
less in diameter than the space in combustion chamber of 
furnace. _ This permits the fire to pass over outside as 
well as inside surfaces and gives greater capacity to 
Heater. 



Num- 
ber 
of 

Boiler 


Style of 
Boiler 
Ring 

Section 


Outside 

diameter 

of Boiler 

in 

Inches 


Height 

Boiler 

in 
Inches 


Capacity Size of 
of Boiler flow and 
in return 
sq. ft. in 
radiation Inches 


121 


1 Section 


12 


4 


40 


^Vo 


122 


2 Section 


12 


9 


75 


UA 


141 


1 Section 


14 


5 


75 


iH 


142 


2 Section 


14 


10 


140 


^u 


171 


1 Section 


17 


5 


125 


2 


172 


2 Section 


17 


10 


225 


2 


201 


1 Section 


20 


5 


175 


2J^ 


202 


2 Section 


20 


10 


300 


23^ 


231 


1 Section 


23 


5 


225 


23^ 


232 


2 Section 


23 


10 


400 


2y2 



Note — This style Heater cian be furnished tapped 
on edge for return as shown in cut, but will be furnished 
tapped top and bottom unless otherwise ordered. 

All mains and risers not covered are counted as radiation. Two collars with set screws are furnished with each 
Heater. Openings will be bushed to any size ordered. 



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No. 18 Gauge Wire 

12 Pounds to the stone. 

Per Stone each $ . 



c^sr 



Prire 



Incibes 

8 


Smoke Pipe Dampers 


. . doz. 


Price 
$ 


9 




.doz. 




10 




. .doz. 




12 




. doz. 




14 




.doz. 




15 




. .doz. 




16 




. .doz 





Furnace Chain 

Per 12-yard box each $. 



Price 




Asbestos Cement 

Mixed Ready for Use 

1-Pound Can each $ . 

2-Pound Can each 

3-Pound Can each . 

5-Pound Can each 

10-Pound Can each . . 




Asbestos Dry Paste 

For Pasting Asbestos Paper on Furnace Pipes, Etc. 
Mix With Cold Water to a Paste 

Price 

2}^-Pound Bag $ 

5- Pound Bag 

10- Pound Bag 




No Rivet Damper Clips 

Clips without tail pieces doz. $. 

C^lips with tail pieces doz. 




Encased Pulley 



Per doz. 



Price 



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Wire Netting in Rolls 

For Covering Outside Cold Air Duct 
Openings 



Width 80 inches 



Pvr si[nnrv foot . 




Asbestos Paper in Rolls 

For Covering Furnace Pipes 

Width 36 inches 

rh itK-h thickness in 50-11) rolls . . per 100 lbs. $. 
i^e inch thickness in 100-lb rolls . .per 100 lbs. . . 



I*ri(;o 






Asbestocel in Rolls 

A plain and corrugated sheet of Asbestos 
paper fastened together. 

For covering Furnace pipes, should be wired on 

Width 3(5 inches 
Rolls contain approximately 250 square feet. 

Prico 

1 ply about }4 inch thick per square foot $. . , 

Globe Water Heater 

Attached to any warm air furnace or steam heater, will heat water for domestic 
use. Its position in heater is just above the fire. No place for coal to lodge. Does not 
interfere in adding fuel to the fire. 

No. Diameter in Tnehes Size Pipe Capacity Gallons per Hour Price 

80 8 1 in. 40 to 50 $ 

90 9 1 in. 50 to 60 

National Water Coil 

Made to fit all sizes Cycloidal National Furnaces. Will heat ample water for 
domestic use. 

No. Size Pipe Capacity Gallons per Hour Price 

4 1 in. 30-40 $ 

When ordering state size furnace it is intended to fit. 

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Minneapolis Heat Regulator No. 47G 






Thermostat 
As seen in Living Room 



Regulator 
As Attached to a Furnace or School Room Heater 



Motor 
Mounted in Basement 



In the Model 47G we announce a simple, substantial, workable device, which is backed by the skill and experience 
acquired in thirty years devoted solely to the manufacture of heat regulating apparatus. This model is produced at 
the lowest price consistent with quality, workmanship and durability. The thermostat is accurate. The motor is of 
the gravity type and has ample power and from thirty to fifty per cent more actions at one winding than any other 
gravity motor. Our regular standard guarantee covers this model. 

The thermostat, or mechanical thermometer, is attached to the wall of the living room with concealed wiring 
running to the basement. It is handsomely finished and is also equipped with a reliable thermometer. 

The Model No. 47G is finished with a clock time attachment, which allows a lower temperature at night, and at 
any set hour in the morning will automatically turn the indicator to seventy degrees, thereby giving the occupants 
of the house a warm and comfortable home when they arise. The thermostat is small and inconspicuous and is an orna- 
ment in any room. 

What The Regulator Will Do 

It will keep the house at an even temperature, save coal, and prolong the life of a heater by always closing the 
draft before the fire gains too much headway. It will relieve the mind entirely of the care of the draft dampers. The 
Regulator will demonstrate that no heating plant can be efficient or complete without it. The Regulator will control 
equally well on hot water, steam, gas, hot air and combination heaters. 

The Motor is designed to be fastened to the ceiling of the basement. It is small and compact and^presents a very 
neat appearance, as it is enclosed in a pressed steel case, handsomely finished in black enamel (baked). After seeing this 
device you will at once recognize that it is far superior in mechanical construction to any other regulator on the market. 
All gears are of brass with steel pinions and run in finely adjusted bushed brass bearings. The frames are of pressed steel. 

The power is furnished by an iron weight, which is of ample size to lift all dampers on the modern types of fur- 
naces, and no special expensive dampers will be necessary. It is equipped with an automatic switch (patented), which 
leaves the drafts closed when the motor is run down. This is an important feature, as it absolutely eliminates all danger 
from forgetting to wind the motor and letting it run down with drafts open. 

There is also a governor which regulates the speed of the motor and allows the drafts to open and close slowly and 
steadily, thereby avoiding the clatter and banging of dampers, so objectionable on other makes. 



Price 



Number 

47G Regulator, complete with Clock attached . 



Weight 

20 



Price 



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It' 




THIS TRADE-MARK has been put before the public upon thousands of our 
stoves, ranges, and furnaces on millions of pieces of special advertising matter, that 
have gone into the American homes, to say nothing of the innumerable copies of 
newspapers, magazines and other periodical pubhcations, which we have used to 
popularize National Stoves, Ranges, and Furnaces. Our advertising, which is done 
persistently, and consistently, forcing our emblem upon the attention of the public, 
is significant that few are strangers to the National Trade-Mark. Dealers who 
handle the National line inherit the results of this publicity, and find it of in- 
estimable assistance in making sales. Use our trade-mark on all your stationery 
and thereby share its benefits. 



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Cycloidal National Furnace Room Heater 

For Soft Coal, Coke or Wood 



mill Wtth 




This is our regular Cycloidal NATIONAL 
Furnace cased as a Room-Heater. The casing 
is made of Polished Blue Steel, the lower 
section is provided with very large panels of 
steel fret-work to admit the air of the room 
for circulation, and allow heat to escape 
through the fret-work, sufficient to warm 
a person standing close to the Heater. 

The top is open for the heat to discharge 
in large volumes. It circulates the air of 
the room, warming the entire room uniformly 
from end to end. 

Adaptable for Heating Warehouses, 
Depots, Stores, Churches, Auditoriums, 
Garages, and all Buildings where the Heater 
must be placed within the space to be heated, 
no basement being available for a Furnace. 

We recommend the Heater to be placed 
on a two-inch thick concrete base, or on the 
floor covered w^ith two thicknesses of asbestos 
paper and sheet iron covering. 



Approved by 




•TRADE MARK* 

Detail 

X-U..X RSERIES 

1^ umber oi Heater oi ^^ir 9^ ^«p 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot inches ^*"]^'^ ^4-4»K 

Depth of Fire Pot to Grate^ " " . . . , inches 13}^ 143^ 

Diameter of Combustion Chamber inside inches 253/^ 28^1* 

Diameter of Combustion Chamber outside over all inches 34 37 

Diameter of Casing , inches 44 48 

Height Single Casing ' ' / '.inches 65 69 

?^'^fe ^i Castings.. inches' 513^ 553^ 

Size Feed Door opening inches 9>^xl4 10^x14 

Size Ash Door openmg , inches 11x18^ 11^x21 

Size Smoke Collar inches 9 9 

Size Water Coil Pipe for Range Boiler inches 1 l 

Size Evaporating Pan , ' V ;. quarts 8 8 

Area Grate Surface^ squareinches ■ 314 418 

Area _Radiatmg Surface square feet 45.64 57.04 

Heating Capacity , • - in 1,000 cubic feet 28-38 38-50 

fthippmg weight Heater, with Casing Ibg 15g0 1780 

Heater Priced with Casing and Double Tee Joint * each $ $ 

Note — Special Fire Pot for Hard Coal can be furnished. 

See further illustration of these Heaters on pages 193-201 

NATIONAL FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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27-51 R 

27 

16 

32 

40 

51 

74 

61 

10Mxl4 

133^x24 

9 

1 

8 

551 

71.3 

50-62 

2100 



National stoves, R§n^es and Furnaces 

Higrade National Furnace 
Room Heater 



-NATlONAL/i 



it 



R SERIES 



For Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Coke or Wood 




This is our regular Higrade NA- 
TIONAL Furnace cased as a Room 
Heater. The casing is made of Pol- 
ished Blue Steel J the lower section is 
provided with very large panels of 
steel Fret-work to admit the air of the 
room for circulation, and allow heat 
to escape through the fret-work, 
sufficient to warm a person standing 
close to the Heater. 

The top is open for the heat to dis- 
charge in large volumes. It circulates 
the air of the room, warming the en- 
tire room uniformly from end to end. 

Adaptable for Heating Warehouses, 
Depots, Stores, Churches, Auditori- 
ums, Garages and all Buildings where 
the Heater must be placed within 
the space to be heated, no basement 
being available for a Furnace 

We recomend the Heater to be 
placed on a two-inch thick concrete 
base, or on the floor covered with 
M-inch thickness of asbestos paper 
and sheet iron covering. 



Approved by 




• TRADE MARK» 

Detail 

Number of Heater 20R 22R 24R 26R 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot inches 19 21}^ 22^ 24 

Depth of Fire Pot to Grate inches 11 12 13 14 

Diameter of Radiator inches 29 303^ 323^ 353^ 

Diameter of Casing inches 38 41 44 48 

Height Casing inches 60 65 65 66 

Size Feed Door Opening inches 103^x103^ 12}ixl2}4 13x14 13x143^ 

Size Ash Door Opening inches 103^x16 103^x16^ 113^x183^ 12x20^ 

Size Smoke Collar inches 8 8 8 9 

Size Water Coil Pipe for Range Boiler inches 1111 

Size Evaporating Pan . . quarts 8 10 10 10 

Heating Capacity, 1000 cu. ft 15-20 20-28 28-38 38-50 

Shipping Weight 975 1150 1325 1425 

Priced with Casing $ $ $ $ 

Can be furnished with Wood Burning Grate if desired. See further description of the Heaters, pages 203-209. 
NATIONAL FURNACES ALWAYS SATISFY 



28R 

27M 

14 
373^ 

52 

66 
13x143^ 

12x20M 

9 
1 

10 

42-58 

1525 

$ 



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Gas Side 




Coal Side 



Combination Coal and Gas Grate furnished for all sizes National Air Heaters. The Grate pivots on the exact center, 
one side up uses coal, the other side gas, merely turning it over changes it from one fuel to the other. When using gas', 
the fire pot should be filled with artificial fuel for the best results. 




Showing Combination Coal and Gas Grate Attached 
For Styles A-G and Texas National Air Heaters 

Price of Combination Grate instead of Regular Coal Grate. 

Add to Price on Heaters Price 

Size 16-28 inch $ 

Size 18-30 inch 

Size 20-a2 inch 

Needle Point Valve and Air Mixer included in above price. 



National Stoves and Ranges 

Were Awarded 

the Highest Prize, Gold Medal, 

World's Fair, 1904 



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National Room Air Heater 

STYLE "A*» AND **G*' SERIES 
Style ** A *' used where no ventilation is required. Style ** G ** used where ventilation is required. 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

This heater is designed especially to provide all the requirements for perfection in heating and ventilating school 
rooms, churches, auditoriums, etc., and to provide an apparatus that will obtain all the heat units from the fuel con- 
sumed, in a convenient and sanitary manner. 

The necessity for properly heating and ventilating school rooms is too generally known to require a lengthy argu- 
ment here. It has been recognized to the extent that a great number of books have been written on the subject, point- 
ing out the necessity for properly heating and ventilating buildings in which large numbers of people are housed. Many 
states have passed laws making it compisory to educate our children under sane and sanitary conditions, which means 
that certain methods must be complied with to effectually prevent contagious and other ills due to the breathing of 
impure air. 

An apparatus, therefore, to perform the necessary functions, must provide: 

1st — Fresfi Air to be admitted in a sufficient volume that will supply 1,800 cubic feet of fresh air per hour for 
each pupil in school rooms. 

2nd — Ventilation.— An outlet for the cold and foul air that will change the air inside the room 4 to 6 times per 
hour. 

3rd — -Circulation of the inside air to the end that the school room will be heated uniformly even to the remotest 
corners. 

4th^Protection by a complete casing of the heating apparatus that will permit pupils to sit in close proximity to 
the heater without being uncomfortable. 

5th — Cleanliness.— A heater provided with large and convenient feed doors, to prevent spilling the fuel over the 
floor, also an ash pan which permits the removal of ashes without the cloud of dust always present when shoveling out 
the ashes. 

The above are the qualifications necessary as prescribed by the state legislatures. The questions of apparatus not 
covered by law and equally important to the school board, namely : to obtain a heater that will heat up to the require- 
ments, that will be durable and not necessitate constant repairing, that will be economical in fuel consumption, moderate 
in price and easily operated, should be given full and careful consideration. 

The National Room Air Heater 

satisfactorily meets all the above points, and may be better judged from its structural features. 

Fuel Economy 

The National Room Air Heater is built with special attention toward economy and perfect combustion of the fuel. 
This is accomplished in the arrangement of the draft inlet. The draft being admitted through the ash door in part, 
passes up through the grate; at the same time a portion of the draft rises up through a tube from the base into the blast 
ring at the top of the fire pot. 

Perfect Combustion 

Perfect combustion of the fuel consists in the consumption of both the fixed carbon (coke) and the hydro-carbon 
(gases), which constitute the B. T. U. of the fuel available if supplied with the proper supply of oxygen (air) to the fuel 
while in a state of combustion. The draft through the grate forces the gases out of the fuel. The air from the blast ring 
makes these gases combustible, which are thoroughly consumed, leaving no black smoke or soot to pass out of the chim- 
ney, since black smoke is the manifestation of imperfect combustion. 

Grates 

The coal grates consist of four triangular bars, coupled together in pairs with cog wheels. These grate bars can be 
revolved with a grate shaker through the damper opening in the ash pit door. By an ingenious construction, the grate 
shaker cannot be removed without leaving all the grate bars in a proper position. Ail the bars of the grate have three 
surfaces exactly alike, therefore either of the surfaces exposed to the fire is proper. After shaking the grate a changed 
relation of the grate to the fire will occur, which equalizes the wear and makes the grate practically indestructible. The 
grates are removable through the ash pit door, without taking the heater apart or removing a single bolt. We furnish a 
complete wood grate instead of the coal grate when wood exclusively is to be used. 

Fire Pot 

The fire pot is corrugated and made very heavy. The sides are nearly straight and prevent the fire or ashes from 
resting on the pot, which adds many years to its durability. 

Blast Ring 

The blast ring is made in eight sections of heavy cast iron. These sections are loose and self-supporting, ample 
space for expansion is allowed, and are easily replaced. They also serve to prevent the coal coming into contact with the 
body. The functions of the blast ring are fully described under the caption of Perfect Combustion. 

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Body 

The body of the National Room Air Heater is made of Cast Iron, square-ribbed heavy construction and is pro- 
portioned in its relation to the fire-pot which provides the correct amount of radiation and combustion chamber. 
Analyzed gray iron is the only metal that will withstand the strain of soft coal and is the most durable. 

Feed Doors 

The feed doors are double; the lower door is intended for coal, while both doors may be opened to conveniently 
feed rough wood, or extra large chunks of coal. 

Check Damper 

The check damper is located in the smoke pipe. It is regulated with a rachet bar and serves to control the fire. By 
its use the fire may be regulated to an even degree of heat, and since this damper is open most of the time, it adds 
materially toward ventilation of the room. 

Water Pan 

Each heater is provided with a water pan, arranged into the casing with an outside swing cover for covenience in 
refilling. Water should be kept in the pan at all times. The evaporation being automatically regulated by the heat, the 
air absorbs the exact amount of moisture required to keep it in a healthful condition. 

Casings 

These are made of sheet metal, coated with an anti-rust dull black finish and thoroughly asbestos lined, with corru- 
gated tin lining inside to protect the asbestos, making a 3-wall casing, solid wrought iron casing rings, that insure 
rigid construction. To mount the casings onto the heater, remove all door frames, bolt the bottom ring into place, then 
put on lower section of casing, then the solid ring and next the upper casing. Bolt on the door frames the very last. 
Made so simple, anyone can set up the heater complete with no more tools than an ordinary screwdriver. 

Air Circulation 

The air space between the heater and casing, also the space between the heater and floor, are properly proportioned 
to circulate the air of the room without creating an unpleasant draft. All the air of the room except foul air is circulated 
and passes through the heater. This circulation draws the air from the remotest corners of the room toward the heater 
and is replaced by warm air, insuring an even temperature throughout the entire room. 

Circulation being perfect does not require the heater to be placed in the center of the room; it may be placed in an 
out-of-the-way corner with equal success, thereby not interfering with clear space in the room. 

Foul air being heavier than pure air remains close to the floor; it does not circulate through the room again and again, 
if there is an opening for its escape to the open air; therefore the necessity for the ventilating shafts to originate at the 
floor line. 

Chimney 

The chimney flue for the National Air Heater should be not less than 8x8 inches inside, and the smokepipe from the 
heater to the chimney should be 8 inches. The ventilating flue should be of a size required by the various states. 

Architects when designing new school buildings usually provide a special chimney which is surrounded by a ventil- 
ating stack permitting every room to be connected to the ventilating stack. 

Old buildings not provided with ventilating systems may be successfully ventilated by either of the ventilating 
systems shown in this book in connection with the National Air Heater. 

Simplicity 

The National Air Heater has been designed especially for simplicity in all its features. Any persorf with ordinary 
intelligence can install the heater and any of the ventilating systems without the aid of any special agent. We have 
eliminated all the mysteries from the apparatus and the usual charges made for same; therefore our prices are below the 
so-called special houses and special heating engineers, since anyone can install the National, reference being had to the 
illustrations shown in this book. 

In general the National Room Air Heater is the last word in the creation of a school room heater. There are other 
heaters that will heat a room, but there are none with the refinements and structural features that insure *he increased 
radiation, the durability, convenience, cleanliness and fuel economy that go with every National. 

The National is made in three sizes, capable of rendering the service as listed. If the space is larger than can be 
heated with one heater, we would strongly recommend that two heaters should be used instead of one over-size apparatus. 
The special advantage in using two heaters in a very large space consists in the fact that during the Spring or Fall sea- 
son, or during moderate weather, one heater only may be put into use, thereby saving fuel, then in very cold weather 
both heaters may be fired, which produces a better distribution of the heat than can be obtained from one apparatus. 



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THE following pages illustrate our 
complete line of Room Heaters, 

These are especially made to heat 
School Rooms, Churches, Garages, 
Warehouses, Stores, Depots, Audi- 
toriums, etc. 

These heaters are made to circulate 
the air of the room, which is the only 
possible method of heating very large 
space. 

A careful perusal of the following 
pages will show a heater that will 
meet your requirements. 

If in doubt, send us detail of build- 
ing, we can solve your problem. 



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CAST IRON 
BODY 



DOUBLE 
FEED DOORS 



HOT BLAST 
TUBE 



TRIANGULAR 
BAR ORATE 



DRAFT 
DOOR 



6TEEL 
ASH RAN 



CAST 
IRON LECS 




HEAT REFLECTOR 
PLATE 



CHECK 
DAMPER 



THREE WALL 
CASINO 



HOT BLAST 
RINC 



WATER 
PAN 



CORRUGATED 
FIRE POT 



STEEL 
CASING RINGS 



National Room Air Heater 



Showing 14 Superior Points of Construction 



Thousands in successful operation 

Meets the requirements of State School Laws for 
heating and ventilating school rooms 



NATIONAL FURNACES THE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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Sectional view showing direc- 
tion of draft through the heater. 
The air of the room circulates 
between the Heater and casing, 
entering under the bottom of 
casing and passing out of the 
top. 



Style "A" National Room Air Heater 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood. 

Specifications 

Number 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot inches 

Diameter of Body inches 

Diameter of Casing inches 

Height of Casing inches 

Height from floor to top of Smoke Tee inches 

Size Smoke Pipe inches 

Size Feed Door . . _ inches 

Heating capacity in cubic feet ■ 

Shipping weight ■ pounds 

Description pages 248-253 Prices (see net price list) 

Style A for Coal, with Casing and Tee Joint $ $ $ 

Style A for Wood, with Casing and Tee Joint ...... 

Style A for Coal and Wood with Casing and Tee Joint • ■ ■ • - 

Can furnish a special grate for burning Natural Gas if desired. See page 248 

Note — This Heater has no provision for fresh air intake from the outside. It is intended for Stores, Churches, 
Garages, etc., where recirculation of air is required. 

For this Heater with fresh air intake from outside see Style "C illustrated on following pages. 



16-28A 


18-30A 


20-32A 


16 


18 


20 


im 


21^ 


2sy2 


28 


30 


32 


mV2 


603^ 


623^ 


491^ 


51 


52 


7 


8 


8 


9x163^ 


11x163^ 


llxl6H 


9000 


13000 


16000 


400 


500 


565 



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Style "C National School Room Air Heater 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood. 
Interior view of this Heater same as Style ** A *% Page 253. 

See description, pages 248-253 (Prices see Net Price List) 
l^an turnish a special grate for burning Natural Gas if desired, see page 248 

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Style "G" National School Room Air Heater 

This Heater is made to cover the requirements of all State Laws pertaining to the Heating and Ventilating of School 
Rooms (except the State of Texas which requires special equipment and is shown on the following pages) : 

The installation is shown complete on opposite page. The lower section of the casing is made in four sections which 
permits the Fresh Air-intake Duct to be used from either side or the rear. Ventilation of the school room, is effected 
by the use of a chimney having two flues, one to be used for smoke, the other for the removal of Foul Air, for this pur- 
pose a Register is to be placed at the floor line and connected to the ventilating flue. 



Specifications 



STYLE G 

Number 16-28G 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot ■ inches 16 

Diameter of Body inches 19}4 

Diameter of Casing inches 28 

Height of Casing inches 603^ 

Height from floor to top of Smoke Tee - • ■ .inches 493^ 

Size Smoke Pipe inches 7 

Size Feed Door • inches 9xl6}4 

Heating capacity in cubic feet with ventilation 8000 

Heating capacity in cubic feet without ventilation 9000 

Shipping weight without equipment jwunds 400 



18-30G 


20-32G 


18 


20 


213^ 


23>^ 


30 


32 


601^ 


623^ 


51 


52 


8 


8 


11x163^ 


11x163^ 


11000 


14000 


13000 


16000 


500 


565 



Prices 

(See NetTrice List) 

Style G for Coal, with Casing and Tee Joint 

Style G for Wood, with Casing and Tee Joint 

Style G for Coal and Wood with Casing and Tee Joint 



Natural Gas Grate, see page 248. 

For prices on equipment, see pages 256-257. 



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Equipment for Style "G" National Room Air Heater 




Made of cast iron with valves. 



Ke;;^isters — -Black Japan ucm 1 
For Foul Air Ventilating Flue 



Size . . 
Price . 



. . inches 
. ..each 



9x12 
$ 



No. 'J fStove Board 



12x16 12x20 14x20 

$.•■•• $ $ .... 



These Stove Boards are made of heavy lumber and covered with galvanized iron, size 33x39-inch, laree enough for 
all size Heaters. ' » t. 

No. 9 — Stove Board , ^^^.j^ * 




No. 25 Fresh Air Duct for Style **G" Heater 



^u 7 ^^ ^^^ ^^ arranged with a solid damper, operated by a Quadrant that enables the operator to fasten 

the damper m an open, closed or intermediate position. It is made of Sheet Steel and with our double folded Joints 
is very easily installed. 

Size 143^x18 inches, 4 feet long including damper .each $ 

14)^x18 inch Pipe to increase length if desired. .per foot 



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Fresh Air Intake Register and Fresh Air Screen 

Are tlesigned to cover the end of the fresh air duct to prevent foreign matter from entering the air duct. 





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Fresh Air Screen 



Made of Galvanized Iron wire screen and edges. 
No. 3 Size 143/^x18 in each $. 







Pipe Collars 




Plain Pattern 


Inches ... 




Each •. 



Fresh Air Intake Register 

Made of Galvanized Iron with Rain Guards and 
vertical slats to force the air into the duct. 

No. 5 Size 143^x18 in each $ 







Chimney Thimbles 

Inches 7 8 

Each $ . . . . $ 





Smoke Pipe Nested 

24 Gauge Black Iron 

Inches . 7 

Per Joint . each $ . . . 



Smoke Pipe Adjustable Elbow 

24 Gauge Black Iron 



Inches . 
Each.. 



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Style "T" Texas National School Room Air Heater 

For Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 
As approved by the State Superintendent of Schools, Austin, Texas 
Published in the School Bulletin of Approved Heaters 

Description page 248-253 and 258-260 
Can furnish special grate for burning Natural Gas if desired. See page 248 

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Style "T" Texas National School Room Air Heater 




In the illustration on opposite page the chimney is 
cut away, to show the arrangement of the fresh air duct 
when attached to the rear of Heater. The lower section 
of the casing is made in four parts which permits placing 
the fresh air duct on either side or rear, as the conditions 
may require. One of the four pieces contains the Water- 
pan which may also be placed in most convenient location. 

The fresh air duct is provided with a solid damper 
operated by a Quadrant that permits locking the damper 
in any position. A galvanized wire screen on outside of 
air duct with a rain guard attached prevents rain and 
debris entering the duct. A baffle plate on inside bottom 
of air duct extends inside the casing , toward the fire pot 
and prevents the cold air falling to the floor. 

The Foul air register is shown in bottom of chimney 
at the floor line; this register is provided with valves to 
close off the 'circulation when desired. 

The smoke pipe is furnished with a mitre end for 
inside the chimney which facilitates, the draft. 

The check damper on end of smoke pipe Tee is a very 
important part of the Heater, — it enables the operator to 
hold the fire under perfect control and provides the means 
for retaining the fire from one day to the next. 

The Body of the Heater is made of Cast Iron. 

The Casing is made of Polished Steel and coated with 
a bronze colored lacquer; it is thoroughly lined with 
asbestos sheathing and steel inner lining that lays close 



against the asbestos and prevents the asbestos from 
crumbling out. 

Solid Steel Casing rings makes the casing strong and 
rigid. The crown is provided with loops to permit bolting 
it to the upper casing. 

TEXAS NATIONAL Air Heater grate is made of 
Triangular bars which is the only form of grate construc- 
tion that breaks up the clinker completely. The grate can 
be renewed without taking the heater apart or removing a 
single bolt. 

The Hot Blast Ring above the fire pot is supplied 
with air from the ash pit, through the tube in front of the 
fire pot. This tube delivers air to the surface of the fire, 
making the gases combustible; therefore, the TEXAS 
NATIONAL Air Heater burns the smoke and soot nat- 
ural to the use of soft coal. 

Black smoke from the chimney is a manifestation of 
imperfect combustion. 

Every TEXAS NATIONAL Air Heater is provided 
with an ash pan, which prevents the cloud of dust always 
present when removing ashes with a shovel. 

The TEXAS NATIONAL Air Heater is made so 
simple that anyone can install it, as easily as setting up 
an ordinary stove. 

There are other Heaters that will heat a room, but 
there are none that have the convenience, refinements and 
durabilitv of the TEXAS NATIONAL. Thousands in use. 



Specifications 

STYLE T 

Number 16-28T 

Diameter Top of Fire Pot inches 16 

Diameter of Body • inches 19^ 

Diameter of Casing inches 28 

Height of Casing inches 603^ 

Height from floor to top of Smoke Tee inches 4-9}4 

Size Smoke Pipe inches 7 

Size Feed Door. ._ inches 9x16^ 

Heating capacity in cubic feet with ventilation 8000 

Heating capacity in cubic feet without ventilation 9000 

Shipping weight with full equipment IK)unds 480 



18-30T 


20-32T 


18 


20 


21H 


23)^ 


30 


32 


60H 


62 M 


51 


.-2 


8 


8 


llxl6H 


11x16)^ 


11000 


14000 


13000 


16000 


575 


650 



Prices 

(See Net Price List) 

Style T for Coal, with complete equipment 

Style T for Wood, with complete equipment 

Style T for Coal or Wood, with complete equipment 

Natural Gas Grate (See page 248) extra 



Price of Texas National School Room Air Heater includes the following list of Equipment (See page 260). 

1 only 4-foot length Fresh Air Duct with Damper. 

1 only Screen for Fresh Air Duct. 

1 only B. J. Register for Foul Air Ventilating Stack. 

1 Sheet 36x42 inches Galvanized Iron for floor covering. 

6 feet 24 gauge Black Iron Smoke Pipe Nested. 

1 only Mitre end for Smoke Pipe. 

1 only 24 gauge Black Iron Adjustable Smoke Pipe Elbow. 

1 only Smoke Pipe Collar. 






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Equipment for Style "T" Texas National School Room Air Heater 

The following prices apply if ordered separately from Heater 




Register Black Japanned 

Size 12x16, for No. 16-28 and 18-30 each $. 

Size 12x20, for 20-32 each 






Fresh Air Screen 



Size 12x12, for No, 16-28 and 18-30 eat^i $ . 

Size 12x16, for No. 20-32 each . . 




Stove Pipe Collar (Plain pattern) 

Size 7 inch, for No. 16-28 each $. 

Size 8 inch, for No. 18-30 and 20-32 each 




Stove Pipe Mitre 24 gauge Black Iron 

Size 7 inch, for No. 16-28 each $. 

Size 8 inch, for No. 18-30 and 20-32 . . . .each 



Galv. Iron Floor Covering 

Size Sheet 36x42 each $ . 




Texas Air Duct 



Size 12x12x4 ft. for No. 16-28 and 18-30. each $. 
Size 12x16x4 ft. for No. 20-32 -. . . .each 



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Smoke Pipe 24 gauge Black Iron Nested 

Size 7 inch for No. 16-28 per joint $. 

Size 8 inch for No. 18-30 and 20-32 . per joint 




Smoke Pipe A<ljusta!;U; Eilx.w 24 gauge Black Iron 

Size 7 inch for No. 16-28 each $. 

Size 8 inch for No. 18-30 and 20-32 each 



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Ventilating Stack 



Ventilating System No. 5 



This cut shows the complete ventilating 
stack for our No. 1 System as it appears in the 



The Vent Drum surrounds the smoke 
pipe, the heat from the smoke pipe within the 
drum warms the air, causing a draft that re- 
moves the cold and ioul air out through the 
roof. 

To complete this ventilating system re- 
(luires the 10-inoh pipe to be extended from 
the vent drum through the ceiling, attic and 
roof, terminating into our 10-inch Roof Saddle 
and 10-inch Ventilating Cap. 






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Ventilating Stack 
No. 1 System 



This cut shows the interior of the Ven- 
tilating Drum. Note the partition in the drum 
that deflects the air around the smoke pipe, 
thereby heating it, which creates a rapid flow 
of air through the vent stack. 

74-inch Section Vent Stack, size 10 inch, 
with Vent Drum, Damper and 
base. Each list 

10-inch Blue Steel Pipe, per foot 

Note — We quote the 10-inch pipe sep- 
arate, since we cannot know the height required 
to extend from the Vent Drum through the roof. 




Combination Smoke and Ventilating I'iu 
Detail of Construction 



This shows an especially good arrangement for School-Room 
Ventilation consisting of a brick stack, the inside opening being not 
less than the size specified by your state law^ The smoke box is made 
of cast iron with cast iron wall plate and opening to remove the ash 
pan. 

The wall plate is bolted to the smoke box which clamps them 
both permanently to the wall of the stack. 

The stack pipe rests upon the smoke box and should be ex- 
tended to the top of the vent stack. The heat from the stack pipe 
rarefies the air in the stack and creates a draft that draws the cold 
and foul air out of the room through the register placed in the stack 
at the floor line. All the rooms of a school may be ventilated into one 
stack of proper size. 

Price 

Smoke box, w^all plate and ash pan 

9-inch 20 gauge galvanized stack pipe, per foot. 

Pipe clamps to fasten stack pipe into brick, each 



Side Saddle 



Top Saddle 



Roof Saddles 



These Roof Saddle are made of galvanized iron and are in- 
tended for use with our No. 1 Ventilating Systems- 
Size 10 inch, for side or top. Price each 




Ventilating Caps 



These Ventilating Caps are 
made of galvanized iron and are intend- 
ed for use with our No. 1 Ventilating 
Systems. 

Size 10 inch. Price each 



Size 10 Inches 



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No. National Ventilating System 




This system of ventilation can be used when the chimney has two flues, one flue to !)e used for the smoke pipe, 
the other flue for ventilation. The smoke flue heats the brick partition wall between the flues, which in turn warms 
the air in the ventilating flue and causes an upward flow of air, which removes the cold and foul air out of the room. 

The fresh air supply can be taken from outside, using the Number 25 Fresh Air Duct, an opening to be made 
through the outside wall and covered with our Fresh Air intake register. 

The ventilating register to be placed as near the floor as possible, cut opening into the chimney and fasten the 
register to the plastering, using for that purpose "Plaster Paris" made to a paste. This method fastens' the register 
permanently and air-tight against the wall. 



Materials for Ventilating System No. 

Stove Board, 9xl2-inch Black Japanned Register for side wall, No. 25 Fresh Air Duct, No. 3 Screen or No. 5 Fresh 
Air intake register. 

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No. 1 National Ventilating System 





Fresh Air Supply Same as Ventilating System No. 

This system of ventilation is to be used where a special chimney flue is not available for ventilating purposes. It 
consists of a ten-inch round sheet iron ventilating stack leading from the floor to the circulating drum and placed arounxl 
the smoke pipe. A pipe should then be attached from the drum through the ceiling and left to discharge mto the attic 
from which the cold and foul air is discharged into the open air through the ''Pent House" on the roof. The circulatmg 
drum is arranged to retain heat from the smoke pipe and at the same time forces the circulated air against the smoke 
pipe, thereby heating the air and causes an upward flow to the top. 

In cases where the school building does not have a ''Pent House" on the roof, the ventilation pipe must be carried 
up through the attic and roof to the outdoor air. For this piirpose it will be necessary to provide a roof saddle and 
ventilating cap to prevent leakage. 

Materials for Ventilating System No. 1 

Stove Board. 

Drum with pipe to floor, 74-inch section. 

10-inch Blue Steel Pipe, through the roof. 

10-inch Galvanized Roof Saddle. 

10-inch Galvanized Ventilating Cap. 

10-inch Tin Ceiling Pipe Collar. 

No. 25 Fresh Air Duct. 

No. 3 Screen or No. 5 Fresh Air intake register. 

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Floor Plan for Installing National Air Heater 



Also detail for the assembling of the Heater and Casings 




As Received from Factory- 
Made so Strong That Rail- 
roads Cannot Damage It 




Floor Plan for Installing Our Stylo G Heater 




1st — Remove All Doors and 

Frames and Put on the 

Legs and Lower 

Casing Ring 




2nd — Put on Lower Casing 

and Casing Ring, Then 

Ash^Door Frame 

and Door 




3rd — Put on Upper Casing, 

Then Feed Door Frame 

and Doors, Next Top 

Casing Ring and Crown 



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National Pipe or Pipeless Furnaces 
Are Easily Installed 



Macomb, 111. 
Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 

Quincy, 111. 

Gentlemen : 

I am selling both styles of your furnaces, and can 
install them in one half the time I can other makes. All 
parts are fitted perfectly, and all parts properly ground, 
which makes installing easy. As for heat, weight, lasting 
quahties and fuel savers, they cannot be equalled. 

Very truly yours, 

P. A. KENNEDY. 



Movie Fans Keep Warm With Cycloidal National Furnace 



Stronghurst, 111. 

I am pleased to state that 1 have been using one of your Furnaces — the Cycloidal NATIONAL for about ninety 
(lays with entire satisfaction. It has a 24-inch fire pot and considerable capacity to heat,— it does the work to my 
entire satisfaction in every way. I am pleased to recommend it to any one wishing to install. 

The LYRIC THEATER. 



Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, 111. 

Gentlemen: 

The 21-44A Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace in- 
stalled in my residence during 1916 is giving utmost 
satisfaction and I am highly pleased with the results 
obtained. It is economical in the use of fuel, easy to 
operate and I can very easily heat my five-room bungalow 
in zero weather with a moderate amount of fuel. 

After five seasons' use, the furnace is in excellent 
shape — in fact, I have never replaced any of the parts. 
I would not hesitate to recommend it as being the best 
Furnace obtainable. 

Yours very truly, 

HERMAN F. MESTER. 




This Modern Bungalow Heated with a National Furnace 

with a Small Amount of Fuel 

Quincy, 111. 



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This Beautiful Missouri Church Heated With a Cycloidal National 

Furnace. One Hot Air Register Off of Top With 

Two Cold Air Intakes 



Heats 7 Rooms, 1 Hall 



Quincy, 111. 
Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 

Quincy, III. 
Gentlemen: 

We recently had one of your Cycloidal NATIONAL 
Furnaces installed in our new home and we like it very 
much. We are heating seven rooms and a hall, all of 
which are being heated with a small amount of fuel. I 
consider it a fuel saver as well as a splendid heater. 

Respectfully yours, 

JESSIE LIEBIG. 



Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 



Prairie City, 111. 



Gentlemen: 

I have been selling Cycloidal NATIONAL and 
Higrade furnaces ever since they were made and every 
one I have sold is giving excellent satisfaction. Have 
no trouble in convincing people they are the best Fur- 
naces made. 

Yours truly, 

R. H. CHAMBERS. 



Monroe City, Mo. 

This is to certify that we have installed in our 
office a Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace and that the 
same has proven entirely satisfactory. We would recom- 
mend such Furnace to anyone desiring a Heating Plant. 

MERIWETHER & MERIWETHER. 




Heats This Office Buikliiig Satisfactory 



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Fuel Consumption is Low and 
People Well Pleased 



Hardin, Mo. 

I pur(ihased one of your No. 24-48 Cycloidal NA- 
TIONAL Furnaces from Wilford & Hilton of Hardin, 
Mo., and 1 am well pleased. The amount of fuel used is 
very low and my house is nice and warm at all times. 
I can heartily recommend same to anyone wishing to 
buy the best Furnace made. 

CHAS. D. COLE. 



Heats 10 Rooms 

This Beautiful Nebraska Home Heated With 

Cycloidal National Furnace 



Madison, Mo. 

In giving you my endorsement of your Cycloidal NA- 
TIONAL Furnace, I do this most heartily." When your 
agent called on me to look my house over he said he 
would heat every room most comfortable and with less 
fuel than we were using in our stoves. Our house has 
been like summer-time all winter, and everything about 
this Furnace is more than true. 

We are very much pleased and can heartilv recom- 
mend same. 

K. Y. TODD. 







Cycloidal National Unit Furnace Heats This Large Residence 

Stronghurst, 111. 
I take this opportunity to thank you for your efforts in introducing your Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace, and 
inducing me to handle the same. 1 have sold several this season — they have given the users entire satisfaction. In 
fact, the users were the first to grow enthusiastic over the Furnace. I am favorablv impressed with its weight and up- 
to-date features. Therefore, I wish to thank you for the personal effort vou made, " 

P. A. STAMP. 

Norfolk, Nebr. 
Just a word of appreciation for the No. 24-48 Unit Pipeless Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace which we installed 
last Fall. After a severe test during the cold weather of 1916-1917, we are more than satisfied with results as to heating 
and economy and consider ourselves fortunate in the selection of the Cycloidal Furnace. 

We are heating a nine-room house at a uniform heat with less expense than any previous year when using two coal 
stoves. We find the Furnace easy to regulate and much cleaner than others I have seen used. 

We congratulate ourselves on installing what we consider the best on the market at a moderate price and shall lye 
glad to recommend to anyone interested in the Furnace proposition. 

MRS. A. L. GREBEL. 

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9-Room Illinois Home Heated With a Cycloidal 
National Furnace 



Media, 111. 

In regard to the Cycloidal NATIONAL Warm Air 
Furnace will say, it is giving first-class satisfaction. I 
experienced no trouble during the coldest days this 
winter in keeping the house warm when the wind was 
blowing hard and the thermometer showed twenty below 
zero. It cost us no more to heat the whole house now 
than it did to heat two rooms with the Base Burner last 
year. It is a coal-bill saver. I can cheerfully recom- 
mend the Cycloidal Furnace and Mr. P. A. Stamp of 
Stronghurst, 111., who installed it for me, to any one 
wanting a first-class job. 

JAMES J. MATTHERS. 



Temperature Same All Over 
the Room 

Weatherby, Mo. 

We have installed one of your No. 24-48 Cy- 
cloidal NATIONAL Unit Furnaces for our heating sys- 
tem. 

We find this the best Heating proposition for our 
store that has ever been our pleasure to enjoy, we can 
keep this room at just the right temperature at all times 
with very little attention and the temperature is just 
the same all over the room. 

We certainly appreciate the new Heating system. 

E. E. DeHART. 




8-Room Minnesota Homo Heated With a Cycloidal 
National Furnace 



They All Give Excellent Satisfaction 

Your Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace is giving excellent satisfaction. 



Gladstone, 111. 
E. E. LANT. 



Quincy, 111. 
The Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace, your dealer, Mr. Gus Scheipering installed for me in my new house, last Fall, 
is giving good satisfaction, and I heartily recommend this Furnace to any one wanting a first-class heating plant. 

FRED W. FUEHR. 



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Macomb, 111. 

Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, 111. 

Dear Sirs: 

I am pleased to state I have been using a Cy- 
cloidal NATIONAL Ftirnace for three years with entire 
satisfaction. In regard to holding fire it has no equal, 
have held fire 60 hours with fine bed of coals, no kindUng 
necessary. It is sure a fuel saver. Would recommend a 
Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace to anyone wishing a 
first-class heater. 

H. P. ZAHREN. 



Gives Entire Satisfaction 

This Fine Roomy Colonial Mansion Heated With a 

Cycloidal National Furnace 



Perry, III. 
Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, Illinois. 

Gentlemen : 

We installed a Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnace in 
the Masonic building recently erected in our city. We 
are heating both floors with a small amount of fuel and 
are pleased to say it is giving excellent service and 
satisfaction. The NATIONAL Furnace was selected 
over others on account of its scientific construction, 
superior heating qualities, extraordinary weight, and 
self-cleaning features. We can recommend a NA- 
TIONAL Furnace to anyone wanting a real heating 
plant. 

DAIGH BROS. 






Masonic Building 



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What They Say About the National Air Heater 

We are more than pleased with ths results wa have derived from the use of the NATIONAL Room Air Heater, which 
we purchased of Albert Mahlum, hardware dealer of our city (last fall). It does everything you claim for it. 

Yours truly, 
MAHLUM & ANDERSON, 

Estherville, la. 

The No. 20-32 Air Heater purchased from you last October has proven to be a wonder. It has heated my large 
store room cemfortably and evenly the whole winter, on four tons of soft coal. Last winter, with a stove, I used seven 
tons and we had to pack around the stove like sardines to keep warm. 

Respectfully, 

J. W. KERN, 

Athens, Ind. 

We use a No. 30-32 NATIONAL Air Heater in our store and it gives satisfactory results. It is a great improvement 
over any stove. Since we used the Heater, our store room is as warm at the front door same as next to the Heater, and 
we would recommend this Heater to any merchant. The results are fifty times better and greater than any stove. 

Respectfully, 
NIX & BERGHOFFER, 

Palmyra, Mo. 

Last winter I used one of your NATIONAL Air Heaters in my store room, 40x40x12. The Heater was set in one 
corner of the rooni within two feet of counter, yet it did not injure the varnish on the counter and the room was com- 
fortable in most distant corner. I don't think it can be equaled as an even heater. 

Yours truly, 
E. STOUTZENBERGER, 

Coleman, Mo. 

The Trustees of .Trickham School of Dist. No. 67 have instructed me to order from you one NATIONAL Air Heater 
No. 20-32 complete with air vents. They have a double flue — one for smoke and one for foul air. They are using two 
of these heaters, therefore, this order is congratulatory. 

Please ship Heater at once to C. L. Lawrence, Santa Anna, Texas, and mail bill of lading to him at Trickham, Texas. 
Hurry all you can as we are likely to need it badly any day. 

Yours truly, 

J. C. GRIFFIN, 
Supt. Public Instruction, Coleman, Texas. 

Dear Sir:— We are using two of the NATIONAL Air Heaters in the Ferris Ward School, and we are well pleased 
with them. In my opinion, they are the best heaters we have ever used. 

Yours truly, 

G. B. WINN, 
Supt. City Schools, Waxahachie, Texas. 

On October 1st, 1914, I bought a NATIONAL Air Heater of Mr. J. M. Thomas, salesman for the NATIONAL 
Air Heaters for my saloon and I must say that I have never had a heater in my saloon that gave the satisfaction as this 
air heater did. They can't be beat — I recommend them to anyone wishing to buy a heater for a large room or hall. 

Yours truly, 

GEO. FLEBBE, 

Cairo, Nebr. 

We take this late opportunity to say that we duly installed the Room Heater No. 20-32 bought of you and find it 
O. K. We have a furnace of large capacity and bought the Heater of you so we would not have to force the heat in 
Furnace, but the air heated by your "Stove" seems to reach all over the store space, so we are more than pleased with it. 

MARRIOTT, WOLF & BRICELAND CO., 

Long Grove, Iowa. 

I have been using the NATIONAL Hot Air Heater the second year and find them better than they were recom- 
mended. The glass at the extreme end of a long store never frosts in the coldest weather. 

G. C- WOOSTER, 

Palmyra, Mich. 

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I am using one of your No. 20-32 NATIONAL Room Air Heaters — I am heating a room size 33x70x13 feet high 
and giving entire satisfaction. If I had use for more, I certainly would buy more NATIONAL goods — I am more than 
pleased. It is a quick heater and holds fire very good. 

Yours truly, 
FRED J. PRUSHA, 
Mgr. and Owner Empress Theatre, Chelsea, la. 

Gentlemen: — • We wish to compliment you on your NATIONAL Air Heaters. We are using two of these Heaters, 
one in our store and one in the hall on the second floor and find them all and more than you claim for them. 

We heated our 28x40 store room, which has a solid plate glass north front on the coldest days last winter with no 
effort whatever. 

We sold one of these heaters to one of our customers and he is heating a room 24x50 in fine shape and likes it better 
than a furnace. 

Trusting you will meet with the success that your Heater entitles you to, we remain, 

Very respectfully, 

J. D. WEIR & SON, 

Huntington, Iowa. 
STILES BROS. & CO., 
Annona, Texas. 

Gentlemen: — In June, 1915, the School Board of this district purchased from your good firm, seven NATIONAL 
Room Air Heaters made by the Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., Quincy, 111., for the new brick school building at this place. 
The purchase was made upon keen competitive bids. The NATIONAL Heaters were installed last fall and the 
Board takes pleasure in advising you that they have given the very best satisfaction to be had; strict economy, com- 
fort and convenience being considered, they are giving perfect satisfaction. 

The Board heartily approves the installation of NATIONAL Room Heaters in any and all buildings desiring uni- 
form temperature and proper ventilation. 

W. S. LAWSON, 
Secy. School Board, Avery Dist. 

We take pleasure in informing you that we bought one of your No. 20-32 NATIONAL Room Air Heaters from 
your salesman, Mr. J. C. Boyer. We installed it in a local school house and it is giving very fine satisfaction and School 
Board approved of same upon investigation. We have decided hereafter to keep one of this type Heater on floor and 
consider it the very best room heater on the market and are willing to recommend it to anyone at all times. 

GLEASON & LINDER, 

Volga, Iowa. 

In the past we have placed the No. 20-32 NATIONAL Air Heater in public buildings and rural schools, giving 
them severe tests, using all kinds of fuel. They have proven very satisfactory — in fact, under very cold winters we have 
in this State, the NATIONAL Heater gives us the most uniform heat at least expense of any heater we have ever sold. 

JAY B.WARREN, 

Montgomery, Mich. 

We are using a No. 20-32 NATIONAL Room Heater in our store 27x90 with perfect satisfaction — in fact, the 
best and most even heat we have ever had. 

GEO. D. CRAMER, 

Eagleville, Mo. 

I have recently installed one of your No. 20-32 NATIONAL Room Heaters in my store, which is 22x50x12, and I 

find it takes far less coal than a stove and heats the room all over just the right temperature and I can recomme nd same 

to anyone. 

F. R. EVERETT, 

Osbojn, Mo. 

The Room Heater you shipped us is certainly a dandy. It does the work to perfection in the hotel where it is used. 

WM. BUCKER & CO., 

Elmo, Mo. 

Space being limited, we print above most testimonials from Stores, etc., to show that our NATIONAL Room 
Air Heater is well adapted for rooms other than schools. 

EXCELSIOR STOVE & MFG. CO., 

Quincy, 111. / 

NATIONAL FURNACES ARE GREAT FUEL SAVERS 

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Installation of a Style "G'^ National Room Air Heater 
in a School Room 



The above cut shows a NATIONAL Room Air Heater in use in a school room. Note particularly how close the 
pupils are seated to the heater with no overheating or uncomfortable draughts for any of the pupils. Our System of three 
wall casings permits these conditions. The Heater is placed in a corner of the Room out of the way and heats the entire 
room a uniform temperature. 



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How to Order Stove Repairs 

The following pages are intended to furnish the necessary information that will permit any one to order stove 
repairs, for any kind of stove, using the proper description to send to the factory, thereby enabling us to understand your 
requirements. 

Insufficient and faulty description of part wanted, neglect to specify the correct number on a stove, and failure 
to mention the name of the manufacturer of the stove for which parts are wanted, frequently cause the wrong repairs 
to be shipped, causing expense and delay that can be avoided if the description given is used. 

NATIONAL STOVES, RANGES and FURNACES do not require as frequent repairs as other makes, by reason 
of their containing Iron which is compounded to make castings that resist the attack of Fire. 

IMPORTANT 

When Ordering Stove or Furnace Repairs 

A — Write complete name of stove or furnace, full number and name of the manufacturer, also date of patent if indi- 
cated on same. Mention the parts wanted as shown by the illustrations on the following pages. 

B — Sample order as it should be written and sent to us. 

1 Right Hand Top 

I Short Grate 

1 Long Center (2 pieces) 

For 8618 E Persian NATIONAL Range made by Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., Quincy, Illinois. 

C — When determining the right or left hand side of a stove or range, stand facing the stove pipe collar, which means 
the hearth is considered the front of a cook stove, the oven door is considered the front of a range. 

D — When ordering grates, state if wanted for Coal or Wood. If made in two pieces, state if long or short section is 
wanted. 

E — If Linings are made of brick, it must be so stated, since we consider all linings made of cast iron unless otherwise 
mentioned. 

F — Key Plates or anchor plates are alike when looking at them on top, however, some are made with side flanges that 
underlap the adjoining one. In ordering state if key plate is wanted with or without the side flange. 

G -- Do not send us burned pieces to duplicate. A full description as indicated on the following pages is the only in- 
formation necessary. 

H — Do not return repairs to us if they do not fit. Write us and explain the apparent cause — we will then advise you 
disposition to be made. 

J — We can furnish original repairs for all stoves made in Quincy. We also furnish a complete line of ''Break-off'^ 
repairs that may be used to fit practically any other stove made in the United States. Send us your repair orders, 
you will get repairs that fit perfectly. 



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Wood Heater 



Order by description not by number. 




1 


Urn 


15 


Left Nickel Foot Kail 


2 


Urn Bottom 


16 


Right Nickel Foot Rail 


3 


Main Top 


17 


Left Side Lining 


4 


Front or Back Section Nickel Ring 


*18 


Right Side Lining 


5 


Side Section Nickel Ring (state right or left) 


19 


Back Lining 


6 


Upper Fire Door Panel 


20 


Wood Grate 


7 


Upper Fire Door 


21 


Leg 


S 


Main Front 


22 


Ash Door 


9 


Mica Frame 


23 


Ash Door Damper 


10 


Lower Fire Door 


24 


Ash Door Handle 


11 


Fire Door Handle 


25 


Main Bottom 


12 


Left Nickel Wing 


26 


Ash Pit Bottom 


13 


Right Nickel Wing 






14 


Steel Body 


* 


Not shown in cut. 



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Steel Range 

Order by description not by number. 




1. 


Left Balustrade Corner 


30. 


Wire Lift Handle 


2 


Right Balustrade Corner 


31. 


Key Plate with Flange 


:i 


Balustrade Nickel Edge 


32. 


Key Plate without Flange 


4. 


Steel Balustrade 


33. 


Short Center 


5. 


Closet Top Nickel Edge 


34. 


Cover 


t>. 


Closet Bottom Nickel Edge 


38. 


Cereal Cover 


7. 


Left Closet Nickel End 


39. 


Cereal Cover Register 


8. 


Right Closet Nickel End 


40. 


Front Top Nickel Band 


9. 


Closet Door Panel 


41. 


Reservoir Top Nickel Band 


10. 


Closet Door 


42. 


Reservoir Top 


U. 


Left Closet Door Hinge 


43. 


Reservoir Covers (state if 


12. 


Right Closet Door Hinge 




large or small section) 


15. 


Left Closet Bracket 


44. 


Right Reservoir End 


16. 


Right Closet Bracket 


*45. 


Left Reservoir End 


17. 


Closet Pipe Damper 


46. 


Reservoir Back 


18. 


Closet Pipe Damper Frame 


47. 


Reservoir Bottom 


21. 


Back Top 


48. 


Reservoir Boiler (state if 


22. 


Right End Top 




Cast Iron or Copper) 


28. 


Front Top 


49. 


Reservoir Damper 


24. 


Left End Top 


50. 


Reservoir Damper Frame 


25. 


Steel Closet Back 


51. 


Reservoir Damper Handle 


26. 


Enamel Splasher 


52. 


Feed Door 


27. 


Ratchet Bar 


53. 


Feed Door Damper 


28. 


Front Key Plate 


54. 


Wire Lift Handle 



55. 


Pouch Left End 


83 


56. 


End Door Damper 


84 


58. 


End Door 


86 


59. 


Towel Bar 


88 


60. 


Towel Bar Clamp 


89 


61. 


Towel Bar End 


90 


62. 


Fire Door Frame 


92 


63. 


Ash Door Frame 


93 


64. 


Fire Door 


95 


65. 


Fire Door Panel 


96 


66. 


Fire Door Handle 


*97. 


67. 


Grate Panel 


104 


68. 


Ash Door 


105 


69. 


Ash Door Handle 


106 


70. 


Left Oven Door Hinge 


107 


71. 


Inside Spring Pocket 


108 


72. 


Outside Spring Pocket 


109 


74. 


Oven Door 


no 


75. 


Oven Door Steel Lining 




76. 


Oven Thermometer 


111 


77. 


Oven Door Handle 


112 


79. 


Oven Door Catch 


*113 


81. 


Oven Rack 


= 114 


82. 


Clean Out Frame 





Clean Out Door 

Long Base Strip 

Short Base Strip 

Base Corners * 

Grate Shaker 

Cover Jjifter 

Front Center Rest 

Back Center Rest 

Top Oven Plate Lining 

Direct Draft Damper 

Direct Draft Damper Frame 

Fire Box Extension 

Back End Lining 

Front End Lining 

Left End Front Grate 

Long Grate 

Short Grate 

Fire Back (if in 3 pieces 

state ends or renter) 
Hack Grate Rest 
Front Grate Rest 
Grate Cogs 
Cog cover 
*Not shown in cut. 



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Cast Range 




Order by description not by number. 




1. 


Left Balustrade Corner 


29. 


Direct Draft Damper Clip 


53. 


Main Bottom 


87. 


Hearth Nickel Edge 


2. 


Right Balustrade Corner 


30. 


Direct Draft Damper 


54. 


Main Front 


88. 


LeftEnd Draft Door Damper 


4. 


Steel Balustrade 


31. 


Cereal Cover Register 


55. 


Bottom Flue Strip 


89. 


Left End Draft Door 


o. 


Closet Top Nickel Edge 


32. 


Cereal Cover 


56. 


Grate Shaker 


90. 


Cover Lifter 


6. 


Closet Bottom Nickel Edge 


33. 


Long Center 


57. 


Oven Rack 


94. 


Fire Door Panel 


7. 


Left Closet Nickel End 


34. 


Short Center 


59. 


Towel Bar 


95. 


Fire Door 


8. 


Right Closet Nickel End 


36. 


Left End Oven Plate 


60. 


Towel Bar Clamp 


96. 


Main Right End 


9. 


Closet Panel 


37. 


Main Back 


61. 


Towel Bar End 


97. 


Back Flue Bag 


10. 


Closet Door 


38. 


Right End Oven Plate 


62. 


Tee Center 


101. 


Grate Panel 


11. 


Left Closet Hinge 


39. 


Bottom Oven Plate 


63. 


Oven Door Panel 


102. 


Grate Lock 


12. 


Right Closet Hinge 


40. 


Front Top Nickel Band 


64. 


Oven Door 


104. 


Fire Box Extension 


15. 


Left Closet Bracket ' 


41. 


Reservoir Top Nickel Band 


65. 


Oven Door Steel Lining 


105. 


Back End Lining 


16. 


Right Closet Bracket 


42. 


Reservoir Top 


66. 


Front Flue Stop 


106. 


Front End Lining 


17. 


Closet Pipe Damper 


43. 


Reservoir Covers (state if 


69. 


Oven Door Handle 


107. 


Left End Front Grate 


18. 


Closet Pipe Damper Frame 




large or small section) 


72. 


Spring Pocket 


108. 


Long Grate 


19. 


Closet Tee Shelf 


44. 


Right Reservoir End 


76. 


Leg 


109. 


Short Grate 


20. 


Tee Shelf Hinge 


*45. 


Left Reservoir End 


77. 


Long Base Strip 


110. 


Fire Back (if in pieces state 


21. 


Back Top 


46. 


Reservoir Back 


78. 


Short Base Strip 




ends or center section) 


22. 


Right End Top 


47. 


Left Oven Door Hinge 


81. 


Right Ash Guard 
Left Ash Guard 


111. 


Back Grate Rest 


23. 


Front Top 


48. 


Reservoir Boiler (state if 


*82. 


112. 


Front Grate Rest 


24. 


Left End Top 




Cast Iron or Copper) 


S3. 


Hearth 


*113. 


Grate Cogs 


25. 


Feed Door 


49. 


Reservoir Damper 


84. 


Hearth Slide 


*114. 


Cog Wheel Cover 


26. 


Feed Door Damper 


51. 


Reservoir Damper Handle 


85. 


Ash Pan 






28. 


Direct Draft Damper Handle 


52. 


Cover 


Sfi. 


Pouch Left End 




*Not shown in cut. 



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Coal Cook Stove 



Order by description not by number. 




2 


Leg 


36 


Fire Back (if in 3 pieces 


80 


5 


Long Base Strip 




state ends or center) 




7 


Short Base Strip 


37 


Center Rest 


82 


9 


Main Bottom 


39 


Back Top 


85 


10 


Bottom Oven Plate 


40 


Right Side Top 


86 


11 


Back Oven Plate 


41 


Left Side Top 




12 


Front Oven Plate 


42 


Front Top 


87 


13 


Top Oven Plate 


43 


Inside Ash Guard (State right 


88 


15 


Pouch Front 




or left) 


89 


16 


Inside Flue Stop 


44 


Front Door 


90 


17 


Main Right Side 


45 


Front Door Damper 


91 


18 


Main Left Side 


47 


Front Grate 




19 


Oven Door Kicker 


48 


Rolling Damper 


92 


20 


Outside Oven Shelf 


52 


Right Oven Door 


93 


21 


Bottom Flue Strips 


53 


Left Oven Door 


94 


22 


Right Back Flue Strip 


56 


Oven Door Panel 


*95 


23 


Left Back Flue Strip 


57 


Oven Rack 


*96 


29 


Hearth Shde 


58 


Towel Rod 




31 


Ash Pan 


59 


Main Back (state upper or 




32 


Hearth 




lower section) 


Not 


35 


Fire Door 


78 


Short Center 


ervo 



Long Center (state if in one 

or two pieces) ^ 
Covers 
Flue Covers 
Bottom Grate (state if long 

or short section) 
Grate Rest 
Poker Door 
Feed Door 
Feed Door Damper 
Outside Ash Guard (state 

right or left) 
Right End Lining 
Left End Lining 
Grate Shaker 
Grate Cogs 
Cog Wheel Covers 

*Not shown in cut. 

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Wood Cook Stove 



Order by description not by number. 




2 Leg 

5 Long Base Strip 

7 Short Base Strip 

9 Main Bottom 

10 Bottom Oven Plate 

11 Back Oven Plate 

13 Top Oven Plate 

14 Lower Front 

15 Upper Front 

16 Flue Stop 

17 Main Right Side 
1 -4 Main Left Side 

19 Oven Door Kicker 

20 Outside Oven Shelf 

21 Bottom Flue Strip 

22 Right Back Flue Strip 

23 Left Back Flue Strip 

24 Tea Pot Shelf 

25 Hearth 



26 Hearth Slide 58 

27 Fire Door Frame 60 

28 File Box Extension 

30 False Bottom 61 

35 Fire Door 

36 Fire Back (if in 3 pieces state 62 

if ends or center) 64 

37 Center Rest 65 

38 Front Top 66 

39 Back Top 67 

44 Front Door 68 

45 Front Door Damper 78 

47 Wood Fender 80 

48 Rolling Damper 

49 Reservoir Damper 82 

52 Right Oven Door 85 

53 Left Oven Door 

56 Oven Door Panel 

57 Oven Rack 



Towel Rod 

Reservoir Covers (state if 

small or large section) 
Reservoir Boiler (state if Cast 

Iron, Galv. Iron or Copper) 
Reservoir Top 
Reservoir Bottom 
Right Reservoir End 
Left Reservoir End 
Reservoir Back 
Reservoir Cover Frame 
Short Center 
Long Center (state if in one 

or two pieces) 
Covers 
Flue Covers 



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Hard Coal Heater 

Order by description not by number. 




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Hard Coal Heater 



Order by description not by number. 



9 
10 
*11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 

28 

29 
30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

*38 

*39 

*40 

*41 

42 



Urn . 

Urn Bottom 

Urn Bottom Ornament 

Magazine Cover 

Back Hopper Plate 

Main T^p 

Side Hopper Plate 

(State right or left side.) 
Magazine Feed 
Front Nickel Dome 
Right Nickel Dome 
Left Nickel Dome 
Back Nickel Dome 
Hot Air Damper 
Hot Air Dampsr Frame 
Upper Outside Circulating Flue Back 
Tea Kettle Top 
Tea Kettle Cover 
Lower Outside Back 
Direct Draft Damper Handle 
Check Draft Damper Handle 
Inner Back Flue Strip 

(State right, left or center.) 
Cast Elbow 
Flue Strip Cap 
Upper Front 

Dome Inside Mica Frame 
Dome Outside Mica Frame 
Rear Half Front Nickel Wing 

(State if right or left.) 
Front Half Nickel Wing 

(State if right or left.) 
Left Upper Front Mica Door 
Left Upper Front Mica Frame 
Right Upper Front Mica Door 
Right Upper Front Mica Frame 
Direct Drift Damper 
Inside Back 

Right Upper Side Mica Door 
Right Upper Side Mica Frame 
Mica Door Key 
Left Upper Side Mica Door 
Left Upper Side Mica Frame 
Left Lower Side Mica Door 
Left Lower Side Mica Frame 
Right Lower Side Mica Door 



43 

*44 

*45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

*51 

52 
53 
*5i 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

*76 

*77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

*85 



Right Lower Side Mica Frame 

Right Lower Front Mica Door 

Right Lower Front Mica Frame 

Left Lower Front Mica Frame 

Left Lower Front Mica Door 

Poker Door 

Check Draft Damper 

Ash Pit Top 

Hot Air Flue Cover (on lower main back) 

(State if right or left.) 
Right Ash Pit Side 
Ash Door Fram? 
Left Ash Pit Side 
Ash Door Handle 
Ash Door Damper 
Ash Door Damper Handle 
Main Bottom 
Bottom under Ash Pan 
Clean Out Door 
Clean Out Door Key 
Skirting (state front or side) 
Leg 

Ash Pan 
Fire Pot 
Round Grate 
Long Duplex Grate 
Short Duplex Grate 
Grate Cogs 
Grate Shaker 

(State if for Duplex or Round Grate) 
Grate Panel 

Right Front Foot Rail Bracket 
Right Foot Rail Only 
Right Back Foot Rail Bracket 
Left Front Foot Rail Bracket 
Left Foot Rail Only 
Left Back Foot Rail Bracket 
Hinge Pins 
Ash Door 

Base Top Nickel Name Plate 
Grate Cog Holder 
Ash Pit Back 
Front Middle Strip 
Main Right Side 
Main Left Side 

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Coal Heater 

Order by description not by number. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



Urn 

Urn Bottom 

Main Top 

Section of Nickel Top Rinsj 

Left Nickel Wing 

Right Nickel Wing 

Front Door Panel 

Feed Door 

Mica Frame 

Front Section of Blast Ring 

Hot Blast Damper 

Front Nickel Foot Rail 

Side Nickel Fcot Rail (state right or left) 

Fire Pot 

Round Grate 

Grate Slide 




17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
*29 
*30 



Ash Door Damper 

Ash Door 

Ash Pit Base 

Leg 

Section of Skirting 

Ash Door Damper Hinge 

Ash Pit Base Hinge 

Ash Door Damper Screw Key 

Ash Door Handle 

Feed Door Handle 

Blast Damper Screw Key 

Front Section Fire Pot Ring 

Back Section Fire Pot Ring 

Main Bottom 

*Not shown in Cut. 



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Coal Heater 



Order by description not by number. 





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2 Urn 

3 Urn Bottom 

4 Main Top 

5 Front Nickel Panel 

6 Main Front 

7 Upper End Feed Door 

8 Name Plate 

9 Lower End Feed Door 

11 Mica Frame 

12 Mica Door 

13 Front Draft Damper 

14 Foot Rail 

15 Main Bottom 

16 Leg 



18 Fire Pot 

19 Grate Slide 

20 Round Grate 

21 Ash Pan 

23 Mica 

24 Mica Door Handle 

25 End Fire Door Handle 

26 End Fire Door Latch 

27 Main Back 

28 Main Right Side 
^^29 Main Left Side 

30 Reversible Collar 

*31 Outside End Ash Guard 
*Not shown in cut. 



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Warm Air Furnace 



When ordering repair parts for the Cycloidal NATIONAL Furnaces, made by the Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co., 
Quincy, III., the number on the pieces indicates the part wanted and may be used in ordering repairs. This is the 
only furnace on which this system applies. 



2 


Upper Front 


3 


Upper Front Panel 


4 


Fire Door Frame 


5 


Fire Door 


6 


Fire Door Handle 


7 


Center Front Frame 


8 


Ash Pit Front 


9 


Water Pan Door 


10 


Water Pan Door Handle 


H 


Ash Pit Door 


12 


Draft Door Damper Handle 


13 


Draft Door 


14 


Water Pan 


15 


One Third Section Base Riii^ 


16 


Lower Section Ash Pit 


17 


Upper Section Ash Pit 


18 


Lower Fire Pot 


19 


Upper Fire Pot 


20 


Feed Section 


21 


Feed Chute Cover 


22 


Dome Section 


23 


Water Coil 


24 


Baffle Plate 


25 


Inside Section Revertable Flue 


26 


Outside Section Revertable Flue 



27 Upper Outside Casing Collar 
'^27A Upper Inside Casing Collar 

28 Direct Draft Damper Handle 
*29 Direct Draft Damper 

30 Lower Outside Casing Collar 
*30A Lower Inside Casing Collar 

*31 Double T Joint 

32 Check Damper Frame 

33 Check Damper 

34 Hole Stop 

35 Fire Door Damper 
*36 Fire Door Lining 

37 Base Ring Brace 

39 Friction Ball 

40 Section of No. 5 

41 Automatic Clamp 

42 Automatic Lock 

43 Automatic Lever 

45 Lon^ Grate 

46 Short Grate 

47 Back Grate Rest 

48 Front Grate Rest 

49 Cog Wheel Guard 

50 Cog Wheel 

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Order by description not by number. 



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Main Section Radiator 


3 


Bottom Section Radiator 


4 


Upper Front 


5 


Clean Out Frame 


6 


Clean Out Door 


7 


Fire Door 


*7A Dire Door Lining 


8 


Fire Door Damper 


9 


Fire Door Handle 


10 


Fire Door Frame 


11 


Hole Stop 


12 


Dome 


13 


Upper Fire Pot 


14 


Lower Fire Pot 



15 Ash Pit 

16 Lower Front 

17 Ash Pit Door 

18 Grate Hole Stop 

19 Draft Door 

20 Ash Pit Bottom 

25 Grate Frame 

26 Long Grate 

27 Short Grate 

28 Front Grate Hanger 

29 Cog Wheel Guard 

30 Cogwheel 

31 Grate Shaker 

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Gasoline Stoves, Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Stove Repairs, Hardware Specialties, etc. Write for 
Catalogue and Prices. 





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